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Where Does Eudora 7x Store Addresses

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    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me where Eudora 7x stores addresses, including those
    used to complete an address when one types? It used to be the
    nndbase.txt and *.toc files, but i can;t find any in 7x.

    Thanks

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    Jeff Rose <> wrote:
    > Can anyone tell me where Eudora 7x stores addresses, including those
    > used to complete an address when one types? It used to be the
    > nndbase.txt and *.toc files, but i can;t find any in 7x.


    The main address book is nndbase and it is found in your Eudora data
    directory. Other address books are in the "nicknames" subdirectory of
    your Eudora data directory. The extension can be either txt or nnt. That
    will depend on whether you have Eudora set to hide address books from
    simple viruses or not. The extension for the index files is .toc either
    way. The history list is in the data directory and its name is
    history.lst. If you don't know where your data directory is located, go to
    Help | about Eudora and it will be displayed there.

    --
    Katrina


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    On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 04:39:58 -0600, Jeff Rose wrote:

    > Can anyone tell me where Eudora 7x stores addresses, including those
    > used to complete an address when one types? It used to be the
    > nndbase.txt and *.toc files, but i can;t find any in 7x.


    Look in "History.lst"

    -[ ]-

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    i searched my computer for nndbase.txt and *.toc, but came up empty.
    Where else could they be?

    On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 16:12:40 GMT, Katrina Knight <kknight@epix.net>
    wrote:

    >Jeff Rose <> wrote:
    >> Can anyone tell me where Eudora 7x stores addresses, including those
    >> used to complete an address when one types? It used to be the
    >> nndbase.txt and *.toc files, but i can;t find any in 7x.

    >
    >The main address book is nndbase and it is found in your Eudora data
    >directory. Other address books are in the "nicknames" subdirectory of
    >your Eudora data directory. The extension can be either txt or nnt. That
    >will depend on whether you have Eudora set to hide address books from
    >simple viruses or not. The extension for the index files is .toc either
    >way. The history list is in the data directory and its name is
    >history.lst. If you don't know where your data directory is located, go to
    >Help | about Eudora and it will be displayed there.



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    Yep. That did it. Thanks

    On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 15:07:50 -0600, "John H Meyers"
    <jhmeyers@nomail.invalid> wrote:

    >On Wed, 13 Dec 2006 04:39:58 -0600, Jeff Rose wrote:
    >
    >> Can anyone tell me where Eudora 7x stores addresses, including those
    >> used to complete an address when one types? It used to be the
    >> nndbase.txt and *.toc files, but i can;t find any in 7x.

    >
    >Look in "History.lst"
    >
    >-[ ]-



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    Re Thu, 14 Dec 2006 07:10:36 -0600:

    Well, Katrina had mentioned it too;
    Katrina is in fact so thorough
    that sometimes the reply evidently doesn't get read
    all the way to the end.

    Now we see why "sound bites" are so popular,
    as we don't spend time digesting whole food

    -[ ]-

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    Jeff Rose <> wrote:
    > i searched my computer for nndbase.txt and *.toc, but came up empty.
    > Where else could they be?


    Why not just look in the right place rather than doing a search? You know
    the file names and you either know or can easily find out the location of
    your data directory, so there's really no need to search.

    Your big problem here may be that you have Windows set to not allow you to
    see "hidden" files and folders. Windows XP hides the location that is used
    by default for the data directory. Go to your Windows Folder options and
    tell Windows to stop hiding that stuff, if you haven't already. That will
    make finding data files much easier. Also, there's an option in the search
    window to look at hidden files as well.

    --
    Katrina





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