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address manager usable with or without X11

Addressbook is an address manager meant to replace your old paper rolodex. It stores addresses, phone and fax numbers and can interact with some additional programs (i.e., for dialing) It has a nice user interface written in Tcl/Tk.

The additional suggested software will enable additional functionality, such as automatic dialing, faxing, printing, etc. The program is still fully functional without any of the suggested software.

Author: Clemens Durka <clemens@dagobah.de> Homepage: http://home.pages.de/~addressbook/

Homepage:-
Package version:0.7-8
Architecture:all
Distribution:Other
Filename:addressbook_0.7-8.deb

/usr/doc/addressbook/README.Debian

addressbook for Debian
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The global configuration file is stored in
/etc/addressbook/addressbook.config.  In the next release this will be
moved to /etc, as per policy.  Right now the file is neither in the
right place nor registered as a configuration file, so editing is is
not suggested.

Every user can create his own configuration file
(~/.addressbook.config) by using the 
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/usr/lib/addressbook/contrib/README

In this directory there is contributed software which works
together with the addressbook programm. These programms don't
get installed automatically, for the moment.

If you have some software, which belongs here, please contact me.

Clemens Durka (durka@informatik.tu-muenchen.de)


Index:

(for the moment it is quite empty...)

birthday        a birthday reminder script (small and simple)
conv		
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/usr/lib/addressbook/contrib/mktable-1.0/README

README for mktable 1.0 (last updated 96/04/17)
       Martin Paul,  <martin@par.univie.ac.at>
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o) What is it ?

mktable can be used to generate printable lists, html files,
labels, etc. based on the data you keep in your addressbook
database. In fact, it's only that far connected to addressbook
as they share the same input format for their data.

This
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/usr/lib/addressbook/contrib/mktable-1.0/examples/README

Here are some example files to see what you can do with
mktable.

There should be the following fil
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/usr/man/man1/address.1.gz

ADDRESS(1)                 Tk Applications                ADDRESS(1)



NAME
       address,  addr-t
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/usr/man/man1/addressbook.1.gz

ADDRESSBOOK(1)             Tk Applications            ADDRESSBOOK(1)



NAME
       addressbook - Ad
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/usr/doc/addressbook/changelog.Debian.gz

addressbook (0.7-8) frozen unstable; urgency=low

  * Standard version compliance with 2.4.1.0
  * c
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/usr/doc/addressbook/changelog.gz

<pre>

Nov 02 1997: public release 0.7

Aug 22 1997: minor public release 0.6.2

- updated country d
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