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Import cardfile to outlook?

I would like to import an old Cardfile (.crd extension) to Outlook 98 but can't seem to figure out a way to do it.  Does anyone know?
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pyleoCommented:
Here is something I used to do the same thing and it worked like a treat.

Let me know how you get on.

Ollie

Install the Import/Export Add-on Pack for Schedule+ 7.0
Download the Import/Export Pack, from the Microsoft web site at:
http://www.microsoft.com/scheduleplus/freestuff/impconv/default.htm



Save the file to:
c:\Program files\Microsoft Office\Office



Expand and Run the Converter Program
Expand the downloaded converter programs by double-clicking, Sch_suplfilt.exe.


Run the converter by double-clicking the file, Ilxlate.exe


On the Transfer menu, click Import.


On the Available Systems list, click Windows Cardfile/Calendar and click OK.


In the Section list, click Cardfile.


Type the name or browse to the Cardfile file to be converted.


On the Fields tab, map the Cardfile fields to the appropriate Schedule+ Contact fields, and click Import.


This will generate a Schedule+ default.scd file.
Import the Default.scd File into Outlook
On the File menu, click Import and Export.


Click "Import from another program or file" and click Next.


Click Schedule+ 7.0 and click Next.


Type the name or browse to the Default.scd file and click Next.


Click to select Import "default.scd(Contacts)" into "Contacts" and click Finish.


The default.scd file is imported into Outlook.
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
It keeps cancelling on me.  It will be processing and then at the end say it's cancelled.  
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pyleoCommented:
Are the contacts confidential?  Could you send it to a mate and ask then to try it?
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
I don't know what to do next.  I have no idea of they were confidential.
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pyleoCommented:
I don't understand.  Cardfile is the windows software that stores names and addresses??!!?
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pyleoCommented:
I don't understand.  Cardfile is the windows software that stores names and addresses??!!?
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
I can send the file to you if you'd like to see if you can convert it to something legible.
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pyleoCommented:
yeah alright then, I'll have a go.  Here is my email address

ollie.pyle@herbertsmith.com
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pyleoCommented:
Excellent it all worked fine then
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treyjeffAuthor Commented:
No, but you did get it to work.  Just needed some matching up, which I can do manually if I need to.
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