Outlook Contacts folder export is easy and protected way to export Outlook contacts folder to vCard massively. Outlook Contacts folder export all the information of any single contact like name, email id, address, company, etc. to vCard files.
Description: Outlook Contact folder export tool is developed to save your contacts to vCard files easily. Software to Export Outlook contacts folder to vcard performs to export Outlook contacts, without losing a single file, to VCF files. Outlook Contact folder export is easy with PCVITA vCard Magic Software and because of it user friendly platform for technical and non technical users, there is no question about how to export outlook contacts folders? Outlook Contacts folders export tool successfully run on MS Outlook 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2010. Software has unique ability to do unlimited numbers of export Outlook contacts folders to vcf files at a time. It is an easy and safe method to export Outlook contacts folder to vcard and export all the fields of your contacts including name, email id, address, company name, city etc. from Outlook contacts to vCard files.
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