KAddressBook stores all the personal details of your family, friends and other contacts. It supports large variety of services, including NextCloud, Kolab, Google Contacts, Microsoft Exchange (EWS) or any standard CalDAV server.
The page Akonadi and AddressBook helps you understand the structure of KAddressBook, so that you can be sure that you have backed up all that you need.
KAddressBook is available in all major Linux distribution repositories, as tarballs, and soon a Flatpak version will also be available. Ancient versions were compatible with Windows, the Kontact team is looking for help to improve Windows support. For more information look at the Kontact download page.
|If you need help to install KAddressBook, look at this tutorial about how to install KDE software.|