Quote:>In the above example, I had set all conduits but Address Book to "do
>nothing" but even if all are set to synch, I still run into a brick
>wall with Address Book. Is there a way to repair this file? I don't
>have a usable backup of my Address Book data anywhere.
So the only place you have AddressBook data currently is on the Kyocera?
Nowhere else? Here is was going to give you all sorts of clever ways to salvage
a Palm Desktop file. Hmm...
It might simply be that something is wrong with the Addressbook conduit on your
computer. Reinstalling the Palm software might take care of it right away.
If there is no address book data on the computer, try setting the Addressbook
conduit to Handheld Overwrites Desktop.
Try a soft reset also if you haven't already.
If that doesn't do it, and you can you see your addresses in your Addressbook
just fine, see if you can beam all your records to another Palm OS device as a
way to make sure they exist somewhere else. If it is data corruption, the act
of beaming them might rewrite the database and fix them either on the other
Palm or on both units.
If you really really need those addreses and nothing else works, a file editor
like Z'Catalog or Filez can let you go in there and modify the attributes. It
might be able to fake the database out into thinking it is a text file and then
open it with another application on the Palm. That starts getting into some
heavy duty hoodoo voodoo though.
Hope soemthing here helps.
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