vCard exporter is advance utility of PCVITA lab, that can effortlessly converts your entire Outlook contacts into vCard file format. Software is easy to use which any technical and non technical user can execute.
Dec 26, 2011 12:03:41
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
vCard Exporter Software 2.0 vCard exporter software is an advance utility which easily export Outlook contacts to vCard. Software has easy to use designs which any enterprise as yet home user can perform
Description: Want to convert your MS Outlook contacts in vCard file form for transfer into another emails application and gadgets including Lotus Notes, Outlook Express, window live mail etc as well as iPhone, iPod, PDA, mobile phones, Palm etc. Then here is best vCard exporter which professionally work for convert Outlook contacts to vCard file format. vCard exporter software helps to save your time and effort from one by one MS Outlook to vCard conversion, software easily convert unlimited list of contacts from Outlook to vCard. This vCard exporter is not only working for export MS Outlook contacts to vCard as well as import vCard contacts to MS Outlook. vCard exporter support entire versions of MS Outlook including 2003, 2007 and 2010. If you want to take try to software then you can download demo version of software which is free of cost. Our demo version can convert only 5 contacts at time if you want to convert long contacts list then you have to purchase software full version which is obtainable at very reduced price $49 only.
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