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16th September 2019 at 14:02 in reply to: how change local cardbook addresslists to network? #2719
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.16th September 2019 at 12:41 in reply to: how change local cardbook addresslists to network? #2716
If you create local a new address with CardBook, there are three options for the e-mail: Work, Home and Other.
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?
try to delete all cookies stored in Thunderbird.15th September 2019 at 16:20 in reply to: how change local cardbook addresslists to network? #2711
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?
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:
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 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)?
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!
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!
But under Thunderbird CardBook/37.5 the NextCloud-Server works very well. ??
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 Antwortkopfzeilen (1,084 KB) Kopfzeilen (unformatiert) cache-control no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate content-length 0 content-security-policy default-src 'self'; script-src…t-src 'none'; base-uri 'self'; content-type text/html; charset=UTF-8 date Thu, 05 Sep 2019 15:10:02 GMT expires Thu, 19 Nov 1981 08:52:00 GMT pragma no-cache referrer-policy no-referrer server Apache set-cookie __Host-nc_sameSiteCookielax=tr…00 23:59:59 GMT; SameSite=lax set-cookie __Host-nc_sameSiteCookiestrict…23:59:59 GMT; SameSite=strict x-content-type-options nosniff x-download-options noopen X-Firefox-Spdy h2 x-frame-options SAMEORIGIN x-permitted-cross-domain-policies none x-powered-by PHP/7.2.21 x-robots-tag none x-xss-protection 1; mode=block Anfragekopfzeilen (640 B) Kopfzeilen (unformatiert) Accept */* Accept-Encoding gzip, deflate, br Accept-Language de,en-US;q=0.7,en;q=0.3 Authorization Basic xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx== Connection keep-alive Content-Length 167 content-type application/xml; charset=utf-8 Cookie cookie_test=test; oc_sessionPa…12xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx depth 1 Host cloud.name.de User-Agent Thunderbird CardBook/41.5 Lightning/68.0
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!
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.
That would be interesting. I will create a virtual machine with a 1:1-copy of my Windows10-machine – then the test is easier.
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.