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Hey..

I reformated and installed OSX Mountain Lion on my Macbook... but then I also created an new Apple ID for iCloud (because i want to delete my old email address pretty soon)


I have access to my old iCloud account. but how can i download my contacts? Its seems that my iPhone never synced with my gmail contacts... (when i add an new contact on my iphone it doesnt end up in my gmail address book)

So I want to download my iContact address book, and import it with my gmail.

Help appreciated, and thanks in advance.
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You erred in creating a NEW iCloud account. You should have simply changed the email address connected to the old account.

You can still do that if you like, and that should fix the issue. Just sign into iTunes (on a computer) under the old account and change your account details.
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You erred in creating a NEW iCloud account. You should have simply changed the email address connected to the old account.

You can still do that if you like, and that should fix the issue. Just sign into iTunes (on a computer) under the old account and change your account details.
You must be one of those Apple Geniuses.. thank you!
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