Snow Leopard Killed My Address Book

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brendalana

For wot it's worth...

On 2009-09-11... I submitted the following to Apple - Mac OS X - Feedback:

Mac OS 10.6 Address Book date formatting does not allow "YYYY-MM-DD" format... unable to set the "DD"  and... since having necessarily done a 2009-09-11 Mac OS 10.6 clean install... I discovered much to my dismay that:

ALL MY IMPORTED ADDRESS BOOK "YYYY-MM-DD" FORMATTED INFORMATION IS CORRUPTED  AND ABSOLUTELY USELESS!!

And while on the subject of user preferred date formats.  How about making  Snow Leopard more user-friendly by adding a simple one click "MM-DD-YYYY"  "DD-MM-YYYY"  "YYYY-MM-DD" user-preferred date and time format option to "Language & Text" System Preferences?

UNQUOTE…

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tscurtis

I had the exact problems, and after much troubleshooting and Googling, I found the answer: If you can get the app to launch (I had to wait 10 minutes), delete any smart groups that look for negative attributes (e.g., card does not contain birthday).

That fixed it immediately for me!

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dan

consider it a mercy killingyou do have a clever picture leading the story.

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chevyorange

I had a friend who had an Address Book problem (blank!) after installing Snow Leopard. After way too long and involved search to fix, it turned out it was a permissions problem deep in a folder.

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