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Contact Us Forum Support Area for Unregistered Users & Account Problems Fail to register Post 303007503 by Neo on Friday 17th of November 2017 07:57:48 AM
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Also, the custom user field was set as "required" before; but the mobile registration does not have that field available, so I removed the "required" option for that field, since it defaults to US and can users who register with mobile can change it in the user control panel on desktop later, if they choose to.

I am guessing the registration error above was from a mobile user; because having that field set to "required" would have caused an error on mobile registration.

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ABOOKRC(5)							File Formats Manual							ABOOKRC(5)

$HOME/.abook/abookrc - configuration file for abook address book program DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the abookrc file. abookrc is the (optional) configuration file for use with the abook(1) address book program. abookrc is stored in a user's $HOME/.abook directory. It follows a format of "set option=value". The following information lists each of these options and the values they may take. If a variable is not set in abookrc , a sensible default, as listed with the description below, will be used. Comments in abookrc are on lines beginning with '#'. COMMANDS
set option = value field identifier = human_readable_name [ , type ] Defines a new custom field. type can be one of 'string' (default) , 'emails', 'list', or 'date'. view view name = field1 [ , field2, ... ] Defines a view/tab, with fieldN being the identifier of a field declared with the field command, or the identifier of a standard field. Standard fields: name, email, address, address2, city, state, zip, country, phone, workphone, fax, mobile, nick, url, notes, anniversary Note: if you don't define any view, abook will use a default display based on the above standard fields. VARIABLES
autosave=[true|false] Defines whether the addressbook is automatically saved on exit. Default is true. preserve_fields=[all|standard|none] Specifies how fields not declared with the field command nor in a view should be preserved while loading an abook database. all preserve any completely unknown field. standard only preserve the standard fields (see a list in the description of the view command) and the legacy 'custom[1-5]' fields. none discards any unknown field. Default is standard. index_format=format_string Defines the way entries are displayed in the main list. This is a string containing field names enclosed between braces, with an optional width limit specified by a number (right alignment if negative) after the field name and a colon, and an arbitrary number of alternative fields (first with non empty content is to be displayed) separated by vertical bars. For instance: {name:22} displays the name field with a maximal width of 22 characters. {phone:-13|workphone|mobile} displays (right aligned within a width of 13 characters), either the phone, workphone or mobile field, whichever being the first to be non-empty. Default is " {name:22} {email:40} {phone:12|workphone|mobile}" show_all_emails=[true|false] Defines whether all email addresses for a contact are shown in the main list view. Default is true. emailpos extra_column extra_alternative extrapos Obsoleted by index_format. mutt_return_all_emails=[true|false] Defines whether to return all email addresses matching the search criteria to a mutt query. Default is true. print_command=command Defines the command to used when printing the addressbook. Default is "lpr". www_command=command Defines the command used to start the web browser to view a contact's URL. Default is "lynx". address_style=[eu|uk|us] Defines the style of address formatting to be used when exporting as text / printing the database (European, UK, or USA). Default is European ("eu"). use_ascii_only=[true|false] This option allows you to force Abook use only ASCII characters. This option is useful if your terminal doesn't support non-ASCII characters. Default is false. add_email_prevent_duplicates=[true|false] Defines whether to avoid adding addresses already in data. Default is false. sort_field=field Defines the field to be used by the "sort by field" command. Default is "nick" (Nickname/Alias). show_cursor=[true|false] Defines if the cursor is visible in main display. Default is false. SAMPLE CONFIGURATION FILE
# sample abook configuration file # # Declare a few custom fields field pager = Pager field address_lines = Address, list field birthday = Birthday, date # Define how fields should be displayed in tabs view CONTACT = name, email view ADDRESS = address_lines, city, state, zip, country view PHONE = phone, workphone, pager, mobile, fax view OTHER = url, birthday # Preserve any unknown field while loading an abook database set preserve_fields=all # Automatically save database on exit set autosave=true # Format of entries lines in list set index_format=" {name:22} {email:40} {phone:12|workphone|mobile}" # Show all email addresses in list set show_all_emails=true # Command used to start mutt set mutt_command=mutt # Return all email addresses to a mutt query set mutt_return_all_emails=true # Command used to print set print_command=lpr # Command used to start the web browser set www_command=lynx # Address style [eu|us|uk] set address_style=eu # Use ASCII characters only set use_ascii_only=false # Prevent double entry set add_email_prevent_duplicates=false # Field to be used with "sort by field" command set sort_field=nick # Show cursor in main display set show_cursor=false SEE ALSO
abook(1). AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Alan Ford <alan@whirlnet.co.uk> and expanded by Cedric Duval <cedricduval@free.fr>. abook was written by Jaakko Heinonen <jheinonen@users.sourceforge.net> Oct 25, 2005 ABOOKRC(5)

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