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Convert Apple Address Book database to vCard contacts.

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Contacts from Apple Address Books (.abcddb) databases can be exported to common vCard format (.vcf) with dedicated conversion programs like AB2CSV or similar. Such abcddb to vcf conversion is typically needed when you need to transfer contacts to another platform which typically support generic formats.

Apple macOS / Mac OS X software Apple macOS / Mac OS X icon - convert abcddb to vcf on OS X


A small utility used to convert Mac Address Book to CSV format

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Additional links: Open abcddb file, Open vcf file


Files with abcddb suffix are almost always contacts databases from Apple Address Book (Contacts) management software macOS / OS X.


Files with vcf extension are almost always contacts saved in vCard format. Typically used various Personal Information Managers or e-mail clients (for example Outlook), as well as exported from mobile phones, for the purposes of sharing or migrating contacts from one device to another.


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