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addresses




SYNOPSIS

       Redirect to a specified output file:

       addresses [-p <port>] > MyAddresses.txt
         (Note the redirect) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

              This will dump the Address Book from your Palm into
              the  file  MyAddresses.txt in the format that looks
              similar to the following format:

              Category: Personal Businesses
              Last name: Doe
              First name: Jane
              Company: Acme, Inc.
              Work: +1 (800) GO-ACME
              Home: jdoe@acme.org
              Address: 123 Main Street
              City: Anywhere
              State: CA
              Zip Code: 01234-5678
              Country: USA
              Title: Chief Annoyance Officer

       Output to STDOUT (the screen)

       addresses [-p <port>]

              This will dump the same information  (shown  above,
              in the same format as above) to the screen or wher­
              ever you may have directed STDOUT to on  your  sys­
              tem.


DESCRIPTION

       addresses  will connect to your Palm handheld and dump all
       entries found in the AddressDB.pdb (Address Book) file  to
       STDOUT  (generally  the screen) or, if redirected with the
       '>' (greater-than) character, it will redirect to  a  file
       of  your  choosing  (called  "MyAddresses.txt in the above
       example, but may be called any other filename you wish).


OPTIONS

       There is only one option (and it is, well, optional),  and
       that  is  the '>' redirection character to send the output
       to a file (or process) instead of STDOUT  (generally  "The
       Screen[tm]")


AUTHOR

       addresses was originally written by Kenneth Albanowski


BUGS

       KNOWN BUGS

              addresses has no known bugs at this time.

       REPORTING BUGS

              Report bugs at http://bugs.pilot-link.org/


SEE ALSO

       pilot-addresses(1)

(c) FSF 1996-2003      pilot-link - 0.11.8           addresses(1)
  
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