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Moving contacts from OS X Panther to Outlook 2002

Posted on 2004-04-14
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I am starting a new job and unfortunately need to move the contents of my Mac address book to Outlook on a PC.  I just went through the painful process of moving from Outlook to the Mac a few months ago using a helpful windows program called Outlook to Mac.  Now I need to go the other direction.  I can export a Vcard, email it to my PC and drag it into Outlook but that technique won't work for hundreds of contacts.  Outlook does not seem to be able to import a group Vcard file which is what I get when I try to highlight all of my contacts and export them as Vcards.  Is there a better way?
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best is to export the contacts as a tab delimited file and then import them. That should do the trick, no matter what os you use, or mail application you're using...
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