Question about Apple PowerBook G4 Mac Notebook
We just added a new G4 notebook, via Airport, to our network, but we need to sync our address book: Can you help us? Great advice last time.
I had to read your last post to get some idea as to what was going on. This is a solution sort of but you need to ask what yourself what do you mean by sync? Do you want the contents of both address books to be the same but not update when you make a change on one or the other. Or do you want your address books to update each other when you make a change in either one. That is something you have to decide. For the first option you can open your address book from the dock and select all of your contacts. Then you want to go to the file menu and chose export and then chose v card. This option will place a card for each contact in a folder of your choice. This option is the best if you are moving info to a windows pc as well.
The second option is easier but has two choices for you two pick. if you want both of your address books to be the same at all times you need to connect your address book to an in between system. there are two you can choose from, one is mobile me an apple product which does more than just adress book sync but comes with a fee. there is also a site called plaxo.com which also does address book and calendar sync for a mac only.
I hope that helps fix your issue
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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