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Sat, May 18, 2019 12:06 PM

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What is the best way to import vcard files into CSV?


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a year ago

Hello @scarletcohem1

That's a quest question.

According to Microsoft - while using a PC, if you get them in vcf, you can import into Outlook, then export as csv. However if you sync you phone with Outlook, the will sync directly without converting to csv.

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If you are willing to export the VCF file into CSV format. Then you have to use a converter tool. Simply you can use SysTools VCF to CSV Converter Tool.


I recommend you to use free trial version. 







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7 months ago

After a long research, we have developed a solution named Softaken VCF to CSV Exporter. This really works without any interruptions and any user without technical expertise can effortlessly handle the software. Here, you will get a complete step by step detail about the conversion process.

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