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Convert Apple iCal backup to vCard contacts.

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iCal backup files (.icbu) contains backup of calendar data, including contacts. So it is likely that there may be a way to how you can extract the contacts from .icbu files and saved them in vCard file (.vcf). Either by recovering the backup, or by using some kind of conversion utility.

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Additional links: Open icbu file, Open vcf file


Files with icbu file extension can be found as calendar data backups made in Apple iCal/Calendar program.


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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