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Migration problems

Joep L. Blom
I hope I'm not the umptiest for asking some help with my migration
problem.
I recently installed FC4 on my AMD64 system.
I wanted to migrate the data from my old evolution (1.4) to the new
Evolution (2.2.2) which comes with FC4 ( is there an upgrade to 2.2.4 as
I cannot find it in the FC4 archives).
As is advised several times in this list I copied my .evolution
directory including all it subdirectories to my new account directory.
But to my amazement Evolution didn't see any of it and the data which
were there (as I get ~30 -50 mails/day) were visible but not the >1000
mails + the address-book, calender etc..
Can anybody give some help as I am seriously hampered without my address
book and calender!/
Thanks
Joep




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Re: Migration problems

Trey Sizemore
On Wed Sep 14, 2005 01:39AM, J.L. Blom wrote:

> I hope I'm not the umptiest for asking some help with my migration
> problem.
> I recently installed FC4 on my AMD64 system.
> I wanted to migrate the data from my old evolution (1.4) to the new
> Evolution (2.2.2) which comes with FC4 ( is there an upgrade to 2.2.4 as
> I cannot find it in the FC4 archives).
> As is advised several times in this list I copied my .evolution
> directory including all it subdirectories to my new account directory.
> But to my amazement Evolution didn't see any of it and the data which
> were there (as I get ~30 -50 mails/day) were visible but not the >1000
> mails + the address-book, calender etc..
> Can anybody give some help as I am seriously hampered without my address
> book and calender!/
> Thanks
> Joep
>
>
Check that the permissions on the .evolution folder (755) and contents
are owned by your user account and have the correct permissions.
Sounds like a permissions issue.

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