Provided by: khard_0.15.1-1_all
khard - Console carddav client
khard [-c CONFIG] [–debug] [–skip-unparsable] SUBCOMMAND … khard -h|–help khard -v|–version
Khard is an address book for the Linux command line. It can read, create, modify and delete carddav address book entries. Khard only works with a local store of VCARD files. It is intended to be used in conjunction with other programs like an email client, text editor, vdir synchronizer or VOIP client.
-c CONFIG, --config CONFIG configuration file (default: ~/.config/khard/khard.conf) --debug output debugging information --skip-unparsable skip unparsable vcards when reading the address books
The functionality of khard is divided into several subcommands. All of these have their own help text which can be seen with khard SUBCOMMAND --help. Listing subcommands These subcommands list information of several contacts who match a search query. list list all (selected) contacts birthdays list birthdays (sorted by month and day) email list email addresses phone list phone numbers postaddress list postal addresses filename list filenames of all matching contacts Detailed display These subcommands display detailed information about one subcommand. details display detailed information about one contact export export a contact to the custom yaml format that is also used for editing and creating contacts Modifying subcommands These subcommands are used to modify contacts. source edit the vcard file of a contact directly new create a new contact add-email Extract email address from the “From:” field of an email header and add to an existing contact or create a new one merge merge two contacts modify edit the data of a contact copy copy a contact to a different addressbook move move a contact to a different addressbook remove remove a contact Other subcommands addressbooks list all address books
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