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I've always used as my first entry in each address book @@@. That seems to still work as far as I can tell. My understanding is that the bots can't seem to deal with that entry or it'll ignore the rest once it encounters it.

On 03/18/2014 01:31 PM, anne-ology wrote:
        What I've done - in order to avoid allowing these roving-robots
access to my e-address list -
            is to keep them in a notepad document ... separating by
               then when I wish to send an e-mail pertinent to some group, I
merely select that section, copy, then paste into the e-mail  ;-)

        I realize this does not answer your specific question,
            but thought some might be interested in a fairly simple method
to use them yet keep them hidden from the dangers lurking 'round 'bout  ;-)

From: Custfold <>
Date: Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 8:00 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Thunderbird - too many Address Books

I'm getting a bit annoyed at having my address book split between Personal
Address Book and Collected Addresses, with an attempt at getting a Master
Combined address book not too successful

Can someone tell me the sequence/commands to combine the disparate
collections under a single umbrella?

At some stage I'll also need to bring over an Evolution address list - big

Dave H

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