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Frisko Roule, Microsoft Certified Professional & Exchange MVP
The SysTools Outlook address book recovery tool is an effective software which is used to recover Outlook address book contacts and save as multiple file formats. This software allows the user to recover contacts saved in PST and OST files in Outlook. With the help of this software, the user can save these recovered contacts into PST, VCF or CSV file format respectively.
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To manage Contacts in a smart way, the user needs to have an address book. The most reliable approach to recover Address Book is SysTools Address Book software. With this utility, the user can easily Recover the whole address book in just a few clicks. Moreover, the utility also provides to save the contacts in PST, VCF or CSV file format as per your need.
The software allows you to recover contacts saved in PST or OST Data File of Outlook. This tool can recover contacts from both Outlook Data File types and list them all. Further, you can save these recovered contacts into VCF, PST or CSV file formats respectively.
After the recovery of contacts from Outlook address book, you can save it into three different formats:
The software allows you to recover Outlook address book contacts from PST / OST file type and save them into PST file format. Once the PST file is created, you can open it on your MS Outlook profile. By, default the software creates UNICODE formatted PST files.
For each contact you can create a single .vcf file using the software. As multiple application and devices like Lotus Notes, Thunderbird, iPhone, Smartphone, iPads, etc.; use vCard to save the contacts; you can easily import the Outlook contacts into your personal devices. These vCard (.vcf) files will contain all the fields of each Outlook contact.
If you have bulk number of contacts in your Outlook address book then it may become difficult to search for a specific one out of the recovered. The searching option of Address Book Recovery software will help you find specific contact from the entire list.
The list of contacts saved within Outlook address book can be saved into a CSV file. It is possible to open & access a CSV file in multiple applications like; MS Excel, Notepad, etc. So, after creating a CSV file you can easily open or view the contacts in MS Excel. Also, all the Address book contacts fields will be saved in columns of an Excel file spreadsheet.
List Contacts Alphabetically
After the recovery of address book contacts, software lists all the contacts alphabetically. In order to look for any contact; you need to click on the respective alphabet and all the contacts having the respective alphabet as its initial will get listed in it. Contacts with different characters as their initials will be listed in a separate category.
Scan & Preview Contacts
After scanning the MS Outlook contacts files, software will preview all of its associated details. You can see the details like; title, first name, last name, Nick name, Job Title, profession, company name, department, etc. Also, while exporting these contacts to other formats, software keeps the data intact.
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|Features||DEMO Version||FULL Version|
|Add OST & PST File|
|Scan & Preview Contacts|
|Search Contacts within Results|
|Recover Outlook Address Book|
|Save Recovered Contacts as PST||15 contacts||Unlimited|
|Save Contacts as vCard||15 contacts||Unlimited|
|Save Contacts as CSV File||15 contacts||Unlimited|
Follow these simple 4 steps to recover your Address Book quickly:
I was feeling quite eased with the number of options the software gives for saving recovered contacts. VCF being the most versatile amongst all was what I chose. And I am grateful to the developers for also giving other options along with. They came in handy too.
Derek Picor, Italy
Alphabetically listing of all contacts made it very convenient for me to find out all my contacts and review them after recovery. I was able to browse through all the contacts to crosscheck if all were present. And thankfully they were!
Ronald Barket, Canada