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Opening Address Book v2 thru v5 Data into Ultimate Mail... - 3/15/2011 12:31:45 AM   
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Problem

Opening Address Book v2 thru v5 Data into Ultimate Mail Manager (the Address Book portion of The Print Shop)

Solution

Parson’s Address Book v2 thru v5 data can be opened and restored in the Ultimate Mail Manager.

Note: Parson's Address Book v6 & v7 files cannot be opened in the Ultimate Mail Manager. Attempts to do so will result in an error message which says this:

"Unable to convert Address Book 3.0 file."

However, Address Book v6 & v7 files can be exported in a Comma Delimited text format, then imported into the Ultimate Mail Manager. Please click on the link below

http://forums.encoreusa.com/tm.asp?m=42149&mpage=1&key=

to view the "Opening Address Book v6 & v7 data into Ultimate Mail Manager" message.

If the data from Address Book v2 thru v5 is located on the same computer as The Print Shop®, follow the "Opening an Address Book v2 thru v5 File in Ultimate Mail Manager" procedure below to open the Address Book v2 thru v5 file in Ultimate Mail Manager.

If the data from Address Book v2 thru v5 is not located on the same computer as The Print Shop, and if a backup file (aback.00*) of that data is available, follow the "Restoring an Address Book version v2 thru v5 Backup in Ultimate Mail Manager" procedure below to restore the backup.

Opening an Address Book v2 thru v5 File in Ultimate Mail Manager

1. Launch Print Shop

2. Click 'Tools' in the menu bar, then select 'Edit Address Book' in the menu that drops down.

3. When the Ultimate Mail Manager opens, click 'File' in the Ultimate Mail Manager menu bar, then select 'Open' in the menu that drops down.

4. When the Open dialog appears, navigate to the drive and location where the Address Book v2 thru v5 file is stored (e.g., C:\Program Files\Parsons Technology\Address Book\5.0\Family.ab2).

5. After locating the desired Address Book (.ab2) file, click once on the file, to select it, then click on 'Open'. The selected address book file will open in the Ultimate Mail Manager.

Restoring an Address Book v2 thru v5 Backup in Ultimate Mail Manager

1. Launch Print Shop

2. Click 'Tools' on the menu bar, then select 'Edit Address Book' in the menu that drops down.

3. When the Ultimate Mail Manager opens, place the disk containing the Address Book version v2 thru v5 backup file in the proper drive.

4. Click 'File' in the Ultimate Mail Manager menu bar, then select 'Open' in the menu that drops down.

5. When the Restore dialog appears, navigate to the drive and location where the Address Book version v2 thru v5 backup file is stored (e.g., A:\aback.001).

6. Click on the desired backup file (aback.00*) once, to select it, then click on 'Restore'. This will restore the names and addresses from the Address Book backup into Ultimate Mail Manager.

< Message edited by Brandy redux -- 4/3/2011 12:23:02 AM >


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