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  • in reply to: how change local cardbook addresslists to network? #2719
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    I would probably in the CSV file the string EMAIL;TYPE =: change into EMAIL;TYPE=WORK: or EMAIL;TYPE=HOME:

    Then the assignment is more accurate.

    And then import again. It’s just a thought. Whether it works I can not say with certainty.

    in reply to: how change local cardbook addresslists to network? #2716
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    If you create local a new address with CardBook, there are three options for the e-mail: Work, Home and Other.

    EMAIL;TYPE=WORK:xxxxx@xxx.xx
    EMAIL;TYPE=HOME:xxxxx@xxx.xx
    EMAIL;TYPE=OTHER:xxxx@xxx.xx

    Which field is assigned to your e-mail address?

    Which address software is running on your server? Are we talking about OwnCloud or NextCloud? Which software can not assign the generated vCard by CardBook?

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2712
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    Hi hellweg116,

    try to delete all cookies stored in Thunderbird.

    in reply to: how change local cardbook addresslists to network? #2711
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    Why do you do not export the data from the local address book to a vcf-file and then import the previously exported data into the cloud or network address book?

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2710
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    OK, here are some installation details:

    Version 1 (32Bit):

    Upgrade from the old Thunderbird version 60.9.0 to Thunderbird 68.1. Next step update ADD-ONs.

    Lightning’s calendar (Lightning 68.1.0) and CardBook (Ver. 42.0) work stable and without problems and after a restart of Thunderbird all address books (from Cardbook) [local + Nextcloud] are available.

    Version 2 (64Bit):

    First I uninstalled the old version of TB and I delete:

    ..AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\
    ..AppData\Local\Thunderbird\

    manually by hand.

    New Thunderbird-Installation 68.1.0 (64Bit) on Windows 10.

    Install of following ADD-ONs.

    – Send later button, Ver 1.5.2 by Alexander Ihrig
    – Allow HTML Temp, Ver 5.7.3 by Alexander Ihrig
    – CardBook, Ver 42.0 by Philippe V. with a local address book and a cloud address book on NextCloud 16.0.4.
    – ConfigDate Ver. 0.9.5 by Alexander Ihrig
    – Emoji Ver 1.68.1 by Michael Ganss
    – Ennigmail Ver 2.1.2 by Patrick Brunschwig
    – ImportExportTools NG Ver 4.0.3 by Christopher Leidigh
    – Lightning 68.1.0 from Mozilla Calendar Project with a cloud calendar on NextCloud 16.0.4.

    Manual installation of 5 mail-accounts.

    Manual transfer of the old mail-data (19,9 GB ) from the 32-bit version to the new 64-bit version.

    Lightning 68.1.0 and CardBook 42.0 runs stable and without any problems with my NextCloud 16.0.4.

    in reply to: Error in CardBook 41.6 #2707
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    Hi Philippe,

    in the new version 42.0 the CSS-error is also present:

    stylesheets actor: fetch failed for chrome://cardbook/skin/cardbookQFB.css, using system principal instead. stylesheets.js:219:13
        fetchStylesheet resource://devtools/server/actors/stylesheets.js:219
    
    stylesheets actor: fetch failed for chrome://cardbook-os/skin/cardbookMenuIcons.css, using system principal instead. stylesheets.js:219:13
        fetchStylesheet resource://devtools/server/actors/stylesheets.js:219

    Why are the files cardbookQFB.css and cardbookMenuIcons.css under windows empty (0 bit)?

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2706
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    The contribution of John Bieling with the file cardbookHttpRequest in Cardbook 42.0 is perfect. The 503-error is now fixed. Great job, thank you!

    Best regards
    Stefan

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2681
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    In the meantime, I have 3 installations in each Virtual Maschine:

    1. Thunderbird 60.9.0 / CardBook 37.6

    CardBook 37.6 with NextCloud-Server works very well!

    2. Thunderbird 60.9.0 / CardBook 37.6 with Update to Thunderbird 68.0 / CardBook 41.5

    CardBook 41.5 doesn’t work with the NextCloud-Server. See above!

    TbSync 2.4 with Provider for CalDAV & CardDav 1.3: The program works excellent and copy the NextCloud data into the default address book of Thunderbird – without any problem.

    3. New installation of Thunderbird 68.0

    Step 1: Lightning to NextCloud = Lightning 68.0 with NextCloud-Server works very well!

    Step 2: CardBook 41.5 installation by file. CardBook 41.5 doesn’t work with the NextCloud-Server = 503-error. See above!

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2679
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    But under Thunderbird CardBook/37.5 the NextCloud-Server works very well. ??

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2674
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    Base: Thunderbird CardBook/41.5 Lightning/68.0 (under windows 10)

    The current status is: Lightning works.

    CardBook/41.5 produce a 503-error:

    XHRPROPFINDhttps://cloud.name.de/remote.php/dav/addressbooks/users/name/contacts/
    [HTTP/2.0 503 Service Unavailable 440ms]
    
    Angefragte Adresse:https://cloud.name.de/remote.php/dav/addressbooks/users/name/contacts/
    Anfragemethode:PROPFIND
    Externe Adresse:xxx.xxx.x.xxx:443
    Status-Code:
    503
    Version:HTTP/2.0
    	
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    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2673
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    I’ve difficulties to understand how cookies may block the indexedDB database which contains CardBook cache…

    Is it possible that the error message “SecurityError: The operation is insecure. cardbookIndexedDB.js:30” is a consequence of https / ssl? Or the result of DNT ≙ Do Not Track-Bit?

    And to Lightning: The same as “hellweg116” writes: NextCloud und Lightning works fine with Thunderbird 68.0!

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2669
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    I think the problem is in the area of cookies. When I delete these entries

    
    user_pref("network.cookie.cookieBehavior", 2);
    user_pref("network.cookie.prefsMigrated", true);
    user_pref("network.cookie.same-site.enabled", false);
    

    in the prefs.js file, Thunderbird displays the old address books and I can work very well locally and I can create new addresses.

    But unfortunately changes are not transferred to the cloud server.

    in reply to: The CardBook data from version 41.5 disappears #2667
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    That would be interesting. I will create a virtual machine with a 1:1-copy of my Windows10-machine – then the test is easier.

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2666
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    With a new profile, there is no longer an error. Under these conditions the software runs perfect.

    But a new profil is a lot of work !! And the old Version of CardBook worked perfect.

    in reply to: No new AdressBook – Server verification fails #2663
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    Yes, I use only the Add-on Enigmail Version 2.0.12. I have uninstalled all other add-ons (also Enigmail), with exception CardBook and there is the same error.

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