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A vcf to ipd conversion looks like something attempted by Blackberry users to import their contacts (saved as .vcf file) to an existing Blackberry backup (.ipd file). There is probably no direct route for this, except for import the contacts to your device and then making a brand new backup.

Updated: December 21, 2017

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

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VCF

Files with vcf file 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.

Files with vcf extension may also be found as special DNA sequence data files saved in the Variant Call Format.

A vcf file extension is related to the Sense8s WorldToolKit and used for its Vevi configuration data.

A vcf file extension is related to the VPHybridCAD software and used for its drawing files.

The *.vcf file extension is related to the VirtualDub a free video capture and processing software for Windows. The *.vcf file stores processing settings.

IPD

Files with ipd file extension can be found as backup files from older backup files from Blackberry mobile phones prior 2012.

Files with ipd suffix may also be found as CAD drawings made and saved using the Impact CAD drawing software.

 

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