Firefox user 4f6086

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Nome Firefox user 4f6086
Usuário desde Jan. 11, 2019
Número de extensões desenvolvidas 0 extensões
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Avaliado em 5 de 5 estrelas

I was led to Cardbook because I wanted an add-on that would sync address books with Google. Rather than just syncing address books, however, Cardbook is a feature-laden independent address book for Thunderbird. It integrates fully with Thunderbird, but it is accessed through a separate tab and operates independently of the regular TB address books. I like the way it presents the contact information and meets vcf standards. It also has many features such as eliminating duplicates, copying contacts between address books, finding emails linked with a given contact, and more. The only thing that I missed initially is the search function, which searches all fields. However, there is a simple way to create a temporary virtual address book by searching specific fields that provides the search functionality I am looking for. Setting up and linking to address books from many sources is easy, and you can import the existing TB address books, also.

The author is extremely responsive and diligent. I had a problem with my Google account syncing getting locked into a loop. He provided me with special versions to gather data. After some work, he tracked the issue to Google responding to sync commands in a strange way, and he created a fix for the issue in a new version. Based on my experience, I expect this add-on to be maintained and advanced regularly -- which gives me confidence to depend on it for a long time. Highly recommended!

Esta análise é para uma versão anterior da extensão (60.2). 


Avaliado em 4 de 5 estrelas

I have been using this plugin successfully for many years, with 7 accounts, including 5 hosted on Google apps. However, lately it has required me to type the password twice into the screen that appears before Thunderbird comes up. I am not sure why. My message on the Thunderbird community has not gotten any useful information to help. Typing two times is still better than not using the plugin, but it is still frustrating. I wish Mozilla would fix this bug so the plugin is not needed.