We had a client requirement that a single view be the combination of:
a random list of attorneys with offices in a given state
a random list of attorneys that are licensed in a given state.
There should be no duplications and all of list 1 must precede list 2. We could not accomplish this with views alone. After talking to Earl, we were able to access the created SQL statement within views. Here we built each of the two queries. Then, we defined a 'pre' exit and replaced the query in our view with a new one.
So, I got to wondering if I could 'sync' my address book out of my Communigate system with my MacBook Pro. A little digging and I found that the Address Book application has an import feature. It is able to handle csv, ldif, and vcard.
I brought up my Communigate web interface and took a look at Pronto. I couldn't find any way to export the data from the address book. So, after some thought, I decided to check the storage structures for Communigate. In the /var/Communigate/Accounts directory, I check inside my account area. There was a Contacts.mbox file.
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