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I am trying to import to the MAC my Outlook Express addresses from my PC. It said that it will take a Vcard but that only makes one card. I have 300 addresses. I searched on the Forum but no one had a solution other than re typing. I can't believe that is the way to do it.
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Have you tried copying the Microsoft User Data folder?
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NO but I will give it a try. I saw the Address Book likes LDIF files. So I was able to import Outlook Express into Netscape convert to LDIF. I made sure there were 20 or so contacts tried to import in the MAC and it said there were no contacts to import.
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I can't seem to find on the PC the folder you are talking about Microsoft User Data.
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I think this might help. go to the link below. it tells you how to transfer the contacts form pc to mac. give it a try...

http://www.apple.com/switch/howto/pc/email.html

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Thank you iaminvincible. The link worked and showed me how to do it. I got it to work. Now for the pictures.
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link didnt work for me

I have the same exact question

Can someone email me the page or copy and paste the text

jpiercy@gmail.com
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