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post #1 of 5
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Please explain to me how to export Address Book contacts as separate .vcf files instead of single file.

Also, how come, if I export an Address Book contact as a .vcf file, then import it into Entourage, I've lost all email addresses and mailing addresses? It works from Entourage to Address Book; why not the other way around?

In iCal, how do I export all of my calendars as vCal files without doing them all one at a time (and selecting the proper path in the dialog, entering the name, etc.)? There's got to be a way. Apple couldn't have made it this damn difficult!
post #2 of 5
Actually it is very simple...for your first one anyone...try dragging each contact to the finder one by one...
post #3 of 5
[quote]Originally posted by Jared:
<strong>Actually it is very simple...for your first one anyone...try dragging each contact to the finder one by one...</strong><hr></blockquote>

That's unacceptable. (not mad at you, but at the situation)

tonton, I'm with you. I've run into several frustrations lately with the iApps and I'm not sure if it's the Addressbook/iCal's fault or outlook, but I'm leaning towards the iApps being limited. :/
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They are free, what do you expect. If you want more features pay 499 for Microsoft Office.
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post #5 of 5
It does suck, but I think there are Applescripts available at Apple's site and at Versiontracker that can automate that laborious process. Check around.
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