Thank you for that reminder. While I do have recent complete backups of
everything I have, and I do moderately often put my bookmarks in a file for easy
recovery, I checked and my export of my address books was months old. While I
could recover the data from the "save everything" backup, it certainly isn't
painless to do so. Therefore I backed up each of my address books in both ldif
and tab-separated format, for easy use in any of several ways.
I just lost the bulk of my bookmarks. I.E. Book marks are still there
but reduced to about 10 from more than 100.
Are there instructions somewhere on how to retrieve the lost ones, if
Bruno, not withstanding what Bill has said, can you give us a bit of
detail about what you were doing at the time that you lost the bulk of
Hi, I do agree with what Bill has said; Sometimes we just cause ourselves
to suffer unnecessary aggravations for reasons that are not always clear
Also, my bookmarks may not have been that important to keep. Here is what
I was doing: I was trying to do what Bill had suggested but before
backup I successfully sorted my bookmarks then, trying to make that backup
file, whoops, everything was gone without me realizing what really
When I looked at bookmarks again I realized that I had lost most of them
except 10 of them..
Thank you both for trying to be helpful, but I think we might as well
rest the case.
Bill Davidsen <david...@tmr.com>
"We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
the machinations of the wicked." - from Slashdot
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