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Welcome on AskDifferent :) You can use one of the Free Apps on the AppStore to export all of your contacts and Mail it to your e-Mail account or save it to Dropbox etc. [Here is the Free App Link] (https://itunes.apple.com/at/app/my-contacts-backup/id446784593?mt=8) Another way is, if you have your Contacts on iCloud. SignIn on icloud.com navigate to ...


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I run a list (upwards of 300 names) and have been stymied by this as well when needing to send an email on the run ("Hey--we're still playing disc today...") My work around is to save a draft letter (from the web app) with the BCC filled in with my group members. I just leave the letter sitting in "Drafts". Then when I need to send a quick email using my ...


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If you don't mind spending some money - http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/iphone-data-recovery.html No idea how in depth the Free Trial is.


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There is an easier way to do this. Pull up your contacts in Gmail, select the "more" botton, click the export contacts option, it will give you the option to export them as vCards. Export as vCards to the desktop. Pull up mac contacts, click import and select the file you dropped on the desktop. You are done.


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I have that issue - pictures on Address Book (10.8.x) won't sync with my Exchange server. The ones that WILL let me change the photos, it turns out, are the contact cards stored in iCloud. That seems to handle everything just fine.


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The file is the LauchServices plist file. It is at ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.LaunchServices.plist You can edit it manually, or is you plan to do this a lot, I'd suggest looking at RCDefaultApp which gives a preference pane for editing.


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Looking at the database being opened by that SQLite snippet in Navicat I don't see any data there; I would assume that the iCloud move caused some changes but perhaps I am not viewing it right. If you have a developer account you might look in the documentation for Address Book programming. There's pretty rich support for searching and I would be shocked if ...


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There are plenty iOS Contact Backup Apps in the Store Easy Backup (free) My Contacts Backup (free) So there you can export all contacts on the iPhone to an File and import them on Google Contacts - should work fine :) let us know (with the Checkmark) if it worked for you or not :)


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I found the install directory. Apparently it was the action posted here. The action is installed in ~/Library/Address Book Plug-Ins



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