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Add the PPAs again, and yes, I'am sure. sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install -f sudo apt-get install ppa-purge Use sudo ppa-purge <the_ppa>to remove the PPAs and to downgrade your GNOME environment
Evolution is a desktop email client. It is useful if you want to manage your email from a program (similar to using outlook on a windows PC) rather than using a web interface. It can also manage calendars, and with the evolution-ews extension it has exchange support which is useful for many people in businesses who use exchange for their business email. If ...
You have to add the ppa and purge it out sudo apt-add repository ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 Then Update the system sudo apt-get update then purge it off ppa-purge ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 You can try sudo apt-get install -f to try fixing stuffs
I'm going to assume that by "integrated calendar" you mean the one from the action bar at the top of the screen. You can refresh this by opening the Online Accounts application and toggling the Evolution Data Server entry for Access Your Google Calendar off and on again.
After a long search, Milan from the Gnome Evolution mailing list could help me: There is a tool called evolution-addressbook-export which is hidden in the folder /usr/lib/evolution/3.10*/ [*depends on the version of Evolution you have installed on your computer]. To let it run, open a terminal and write on the command line for example: ...
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