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open your outlook express then go to file menu then u see import/export tehn select import in .pst fromat.then save on desktop. then just sonnect your iphone and then u need i phone software utility. then import .pst in iphone .
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The iphone screen is divided in half and has a connection for each. Have you had the phone apart recently? if so you may have a loose connection on the LCD If not you LCD could have just gone bad. Is your phone under warranty? If you have Apple Care, call the local apple store and take the phone to them. They will probably give you a replacement under warranty. If it is not under warranty, find a local cell phone tech and have the LCD replaced or replace it yourself. The 3G is fairly easy to work on if your really really careful getting the Front Glass off.
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why are you asking a question about an apple iphone when you don't even have one? If you want a real answer then repost your question using the correct phone model and someone will see your question.
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If the Tungsten has a SIM card you can save the contacts to that, put that in the iPhone and go to Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars> Import SIM Contacts. If that isn't a option you may be able to export as VCards and import them into Address Book if you use a Mac. I'm not familiar with a way to do this on a PC. Anyone else have a solution?