Le mardi 29 janvier 2013 à 14:47 -0500, Max Pyziur a écrit :
> I have some notes that I made on my Palm Centro.
> Would anyone have any recommendations on how to move this data to
> Evolution; it seems that my effort (dumping into some VCF format, and
> them importing it into Evolution) led to the corruption of my Evolution
> addressbook, and in turn gotten me subscribed to this email list).
Before my Palm let me down I used to sync it with Evolution with
gnome-pilot without trouble. In particular, the notes synced fine.
If you still have gnome-pilot somewhere (it's getting rare), you could
do just one sync with it (gnome-pilot has a setting for "1-way sync
once") and the rest from Evolution.
Much thanks for all of your help.
(N.B., I have over 30+ memos; importing them one at a time would take some
I used to sync my Palm Centro w/ J-Pilot, not Gnome-Pilot (although you
can still download and use Gnome-Pilot).
In my haste, I sync'd my desktop J-pilot w/ my Palm Centro, and then wiped
out the data on the Centro in order to take it to the recycler.
I suppose that I can restore the data on the Centro, and then sync it w/
In the meantime, I downloaded some Android Apps for use w/ Memos created
on a Palm Centro: PalmNote and NoteEverything (both of which have claims
of interoperability w/ Palm-related data).
J-Pilot exports Palm Memos in two formats: csv and txt. The csv format can
be imported into PalmNote (yay!). PalmNote can export, but only in one
format, it's "PalmNote xml export" format. (NoteEverything doesn't
either of the two J-Pilot memo export formats).
So, are there any suggestions on how to handle the "PalmNote xml export"
format, in order to import the data into Evolution?
I don't see that it is given as an option when importing into Evolution; I
also don't see it as an option in importing it into a cloud service
(MemoToo, EverDroid, or OneMediaHub).
> Much thanks,
> Max Pyziur