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357 downloadsBuilt on top of the OutlookEX UDF it offers some often needed extended functionality (import/export ics/vcf/csv files etc.) (former name: iCal UDF). Note: This is a beta version - script breaking changes may occur at any time! Prerequisite: OutlookEX UDF. Details about all functions can be found in the Wiki. ICS (iCalendar) import - Import iCal events from an ICS file to an Outlook calendar VCF (vCard) import - Import vCard contacts to an Outlook contacts folder CSV import - Import data from a CSV file and create Outlook items in a specified folder Export - Export Outlook items (contacts, appointments) in VCF, ICS, CSV or Excel format Links: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545 (ICS - iCalendar) https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6350 (VCF - vCard) Threads: General Help & Support Known Bugs: (last changed: 2019-01-22) None Things to come: (last changed: 2019-07-22) None BTW: If you like this UDF please click the "I like this" button. This tells me where to next put my development effort
Outlook does not allow to import vCard/VCF-files programmatically. I might implement this format (RFC 6350) as I did with the iCalendar data format if someone is interested Please post here or click the "Like" button if you think this is a good idea
Has anyone tried to do VCF files parser? I and my colleagues serve about 60 clients but in the address book we have about 800 phone numbers. Mostly these are the same numbers but different names. Sometimes after changing the device (mobile phone), it turns out that it could have used to change names. Sometimes such conversion are dictated by changing the type of customer (type of services). It requires the ability to mass changes in the contacts, and the best fit would be able to parse VCF files. So maybe someone has something in this regard already created? Or do I have to go about it from scratch? Regards, mLipok