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How can i move my contacts from Nokia N 95 to HTC Mobile.?

Hi,

How can i move my contacts from Nokia N 95 to HTC Mobile.?
They seem to be incompatible. Any softwares or ideas on this.

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Sharath
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tbkconsultingCommented:
not much experience with Symbian here - but the HTC is Windows Mobile unless I am mistaken - which means if you can get the contacts into Outlook's Address Book from the Nokia you should have no problem getting them to sync into the HTC from there with ActiveSync ....

My guess to the method to doing so would be to use whatever program you keep contacts in from the Nokia to do some kind of export to a comma-delimited file and then import that file into Outlook ...
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DMTechGrooupCommented:
Also ask the cell phone company.. alot of times they have a machine that can move your contacts for you.. give them a call and ask..
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ubuntuguyCommented:
Use motorola phone tools. It works with any phone brand.  Back up your contacts from your old phone, connect your new phone and import your backup file.  
http://www.download3k.com/Internet/Telephony-SMS-GSM/Download-Mobile-Phone-Tools.html
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Any free versions you know of...
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