Account/Calendar etc. backup

Caleb Marcus caleb.marcus at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 02:35:35 UTC 2008


Go to File>Backup Settings, it'll back everything up to a tar.gz. When
you set Evolution up again on the newly-installed system, there'll be an
option to restore from a backup, or you can go to File>Restore Settings.
Although it's called "settings," it's actually backing up everything --
emails, appointments, etc.
If you don't see that option, go to Edit>Plugins and enable the "Backup
and restore plugin"
On Fri, 2008-03-28 at 02:22 +0000, Ken Adams wrote:

> I am about to due a complete FRESH install of Ubuntu as I have been
> offline for some time and my present install is very "Dirty" after
> playing around. I have a large amount of data stored within Evolution,
> ie. Account/Personal Details, Calendars, Contacts and Tasks etc.
> 
> I would like to backup all this data and restore it into my fresh
> install once it is done. I am on Ubuntu 7.04 and Evolution 2.10.1 at the
> moment and will be installing Ubuntu 8.04 once it is released fully.
> 
> I have looked online without too much luck and have decided to ask here
> well in advance before I break anything.
> 
> How do I backup all my Evolution data for safe keeping during major
> Ubuntu upgrades and for that matter System crash safeguards...
> 
> I don't really want to stay with Ubuntu 7.04 for ever!!!!!!
> 
> Rgds Ken
> 
> 
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