Quoting Martin Kho <lists.kho(a)gmail.com>:
On Wednesday 30 November 2011 11:40:36 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
> Hi Martin
> That's my problem... LOL. The orphaned resource cannot be found in the
> Akonadi Console... It's just in the notebook section of Kontact....
> o_o taunting me o_o ... daring me o_o to blow away the akonadi db and
> start everything from scratch..... Aaaaaaaaaah. Nihtmare on Kdepim
> Street :D
That's weird. Are you sure the entry is in the akonadi db and not somewhere
else hanging around in a config file (e.g. in
> Quoting Martin Kho <lists.kho(a)gmail.com>:
> > On Wednesday 30 November 2011 07:36:36 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
> > [snip]
> >> That left me with an orphaned kjots resource "Local Notes" with
> >> easy way to edit the Akonadi db to remove them.
> > [snip]
> > Hi Eli,
> > I had some sort of the same issue with a orphaned address book. I
> > manually had
> > removed some personal contacts resources in ./config/akonadi - never do
> > that>
> > :-). To solve it I:
> > 1. Find the missing resource: in Akonadi Console go to Browser and
> > right click
> > on the name In your case Local Notes. Choose Folder Properties ->
> > Internals. There you see the Owner. The name can be something like
> > akonadi_aknotes_resource_<nr>. Remember <nr>. Close the Akonadi
> > 2. Go to System Settings -> Akonadi Configuration or Personal
> > Information -> Akonadi Resources Configuration. Add notes resources as
> > much as the number <nr>
> > you found in Akonadi Console.
> > 3. Now remove added the resources from within System Settings -> Akonadi
> > Configuration or Personal Information.
> > In my case my orphaned address book was gone :-)
> > Hope this will help you too.
> > Martin Kho
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