Thunderbird address book

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Gualtier Malde, Oct 28, 2006.

  1. I use TBird 1.5.0.7 and have it set to autocomplete addresses. Several times I will find two
    addresses listed when I expect only one. The last time, just now, I had changed a person's address
    and the old one kept coming up with the new. I searched every bit of my address book and cannot
    find the second (old) listing.

    Where could it be? What can I do about it?

    Thanks
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    Gualtier Malde, Oct 28, 2006
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  2. Gualtier Malde

    Doug G Guest

    Gualtier Malde wrote:
    > I use TBird 1.5.0.7 and have it set to autocomplete addresses.
    > Several times I will find two addresses listed when I expect only
    > one. The last time, just now, I had changed a person's address and
    > the old one kept coming up with the new. I searched every bit of my
    > address book and cannot find the second (old) listing.
    >
    > Where could it be? What can I do about it?
    >
    > Thanks


    Try reopening TBird.
     
    Doug G, Oct 28, 2006
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  3. On 10/28/2006 01:05 PM, Gualtier Malde wrote:
    > I use TBird 1.5.0.7 and have it set to autocomplete addresses. Several
    > times I will find two addresses listed when I expect only one. The last
    > time, just now, I had changed a person's address and the old one kept
    > coming up with the new. I searched every bit of my address book and
    > cannot find the second (old) listing.
    >
    > Where could it be? What can I do about it?
    >
    > Thanks


    Do you have more than one address book? If so, check them all.


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    Mumia W. (reading news), Oct 29, 2006
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  4. Doug G wrote:
    > Gualtier Malde wrote:
    >> I use TBird 1.5.0.7 and have it set to autocomplete addresses.
    >> Several times I will find two addresses listed when I expect only
    >> one. The last time, just now, I had changed a person's address and
    >> the old one kept coming up with the new. I searched every bit of my
    >> address book and cannot find the second (old) listing.
    >>
    >> Where could it be? What can I do about it?
    >>
    >> Thanks

    >
    > Try reopening TBird.

    Did - no effect, nor did re-boot make a difference

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    Gualtier Malde, Oct 29, 2006
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  5. Mumia W. (reading news) wrote:
    > On 10/28/2006 01:05 PM, Gualtier Malde wrote:
    >> I use TBird 1.5.0.7 and have it set to autocomplete addresses.
    >> Several times I will find two addresses listed when I expect only
    >> one. The last time, just now, I had changed a person's address and
    >> the old one kept coming up with the new. I searched every bit of my
    >> address book and cannot find the second (old) listing.
    >>
    >> Where could it be? What can I do about it?
    >>
    >> Thanks

    >
    > Do you have more than one address book? If so, check them all.
    >
    >

    Did - I'll do it again, but opened each one and search/looked.

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    Gualtier Malde, Oct 29, 2006
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