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A xml to vcf conversion seems to be used in scenarios in which some user wants to transform contacts saved as XML files to VCF (vCard) format.

You can find tools that can read contacts from XML format and parse them to CSV format, essentially perform a xml to csv conversion. Once you have a .csv file with your contacts, you can use some of the csv to vcf converters to get your vCard file. This of course only works for valid contact sources.

Updated: March 19, 2018

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XML

An xml file extension is commonly used for files written in Extensible Markup Language. An xml file is used in various areas of computer industry and many program languages are just derivatives of XML. These xml files can be opened and edited in any text editor or IDE.

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.

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

 

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