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How can I get export the call log (incoming and outgoing calls) from my iPhone, preferably as a CSV file?

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but none is free and/or open source and none offers a command line interface to automate the process.

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How about iPhone Call List? (You can download a free copy in the link)

I haven't tried it myself yet (I'll as soon as I get home), but it seems the app you're looking for!

iPhone call list to Mac Transfer fully support latest iOS 4.2, iPad, iPhone OS 3.1.3, iPod touch FW 3.1.3, iPod nano 5G FW 1.0 and iTunes 10.1.

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It suits a one time need. I clarified my question that I really want something with a command line interface. I was hoping that somebody wrote a script or something. –  oschrenk Mar 20 '12 at 17:40

Just happened to notice this post while browsing for something else. I use several methods to track calls. If you use google you can now export them using "Takeout". I think they recently changed it but you can still do it.

For iphone I use iExplorer by Macroplant. It doesn't integrate with your phone though. It actually creates a conduit between your iPhone backup (Managed by iTunes). So you have to sync/backup first. Then you can use their app to browse pretty much everything on your phone. You can also export texts, call logs, photos etc. It provides a nicely formatted output of the call logs. It's helpful if you name your calls as they come in so they are in your address book. Then the name will be in the call log instead of the number.

I am looking for an app that allows me to export the log into an email or conduit directly to dropbox or box.net. It's kind of a pain to have to do the backup and then open up iExplorer.

I wish someone would make an app like Genius Scan that automatically exports to your cloud service of choice. I scan stuff and Genius Scan will automatically push the document to my cloud service which saves me from having to do anything other than scan.

If you find something like that please come back and let me know.

Cheers!

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