I created a .CSV file from my contacts list in Outlook 2003 and then imported onto the PDA. When I check the contacts file, it placed them into the Business section of telephone listing because I did not have a choice to place it in Personal, but the information pulled across only includes name and address and e-mails no telephone numbers or mobiles. In the settings under PIM it asks if you want Home (address & Fax No: or Office Address & Fax No: details imported so I selected Home and then it asked if you want from today forward info or all and I selected all. Could this be because the fields in Outlook 2003 are different to the fields used in the PDA? Has anyone come across this problem?
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That probably depends upon the 3rd party. You MIGHT try exporting your contacts list (as a .csv, or Comma Separated Values, file). You can then open that file with Excel or OpenOffice Spreadsheet and change it around however you like. Your 3rd party software may be able to import the .csv file, or you may be able to reimport it into gMail and have it automatically rearrange your contacts.
This Android OS acore error seems to lie within contacts synchronization going wrong. Because of that we need to clear all contacts (and restore them). This is how to do it:
Step 1 - clearing all contacts information 1.First of all, make a backup of all your contacts. You can do this easily by downloading ExportContacts from Market, fire up the app and export contacts to a csv file on your phone memory card. To be sure, copy the csv file to your hard drive too. 2.Then go to Menu -> Settings -> Data synchronization and turn of all synchronization. 3.Go to Settings -> Applications and tap Manage Applications. The list of applications will now take a while to load. When it's finished, find Contacts Storage, tap Clear data and tap Clear cache. Note: all your contacts information will now be wiped out - but you're safe - you've already exported the contacts. 4.Turn on synchronization again (Menu -> Settings -> Data synchronization). Step 2 - restore contacts information Now we just need to restore the contacts information, which is saved in the csv file we created before. We will do this by importing the csv file to Gmail and let Gmail synchronize with the Android phone.
Note: You can import csv files to almost any email program or service, preferably Outlook or Gmail.
1.Login to your Gmail account -> Go to Contacts -> Click Import (top right corner). 2.Click Choose File -> Choose your csv file -> Click Import. 3.Done! Now it might take a short while (a minute or so) for the phone to synchronize your Gmail contacts. When the synchronization is finished you've got your contacts in Gmail and in the phone.
Shut for tablet down for 30 seconds. Boot it back up.
Exporting Hotmail ContactsThe first step is to get the information you need out of Hotmail, you can achieve this by doing the following:-
Select Contacts from the Hotmail navigation bar.
Click On Print View.
Highlight the entire contents of the table (including the heading names e.g. Name, E-Mail and Phone as well as all your contacts).
Press Ctrl+C to copy the table.
Create a new spreadsheet document in Excel.
Select Edit and then Paste from the main menu.
Sort the data by the E-Mail column.
For any rows with a blank E-Mail column copy any e-mail address from the Name column to theE-Mail column.
Read this guide from Google on the format of CSV contact files and make any adjustments as may be necaserry.
Select File and then Save As... from the menu.
Make sure you select a format involving "CSV" for saving the file. (GMail can import csv files)
You should now have a csv file containing all your Hotmail contacts ready for importing into GMail.
Importing Your Hotmail Contacts Into GMailImporting your new contacts file into GMail is really straight forward:-
Select Contacts from the GMail left hand menu.
Select Import from the 3 options at the top right of your list of contacts.
Click Browse to locate your csv file containing your Hotmail contacts.
Fax numbers can be imported by csv file to the embeded web server of your M5035.
1.Export a csv file from Microsoft Outlook contacts. From file menu choose Import and export choose export to file then next, choose comma separated values then save to file location.
2.Next open the embeded web server (type the IP address eg. 19x.16x.0.10x in the address bar of a web browser).
3.Choose the digital sending tab at the top of the page.
4.Select address book on the left side of the page.
5.Then click browse and select the file saved in step one.
This will import the csv list of fax numbers into your M5035
There could be two problems first once you used comma separated values spaces in contact names are definetly going to occur that is going to ruin the file. This approach is entirely not recommended. Secondly if the file while copy has triggered any event in the OS that will be unavailable and would be shown under using category. Hence, first hit ctrl + alt + del open processes tab right click processes and select end process tree wait for 10 seconds click on first tab and click new task command button and type explorer and ok. Now try to import the contacts in outlook. I'm providing this so you can do this with your own method. There are many more methods to achieve the same. Kindly let me know if this does not works.
What email program are you using? That will determine where your contacts are stored, and that will determine your options.
If you are using ComCast's Web-based email system (in your Web browser), you'll either need to import them into a local program like Outlook or Outlook Express, or you'll have to talk to ComCast about exporting them to a .csv file. If you can display a list of them in tabular format on the screen, you may be able to copy-and-paste it into an Excel spreadsheet and then save that as a .csv file. If you're already using Outlook or Outlook Express, you should be able to just create the new Verizon mailbox and retain your existing contacts. If you can get them as a .csv file, you can either import that into Outlook or Outlook Express, or you can talk to Verizon about importing it into their Web-based email system.
1. Go to Outlook and save your 957 contacts in
an outlook file.
2. Delete the 507 contacts you don't want to synchronize to your phone and save your outlook
under a different file name (e.g. Addr450).
3. Connect the phone to the PC.
4. Open Nokia PC Sync.
5. In the Nokia PC Sync dialog, click Synchronise Now. The Create Settings wizard opens.
6. On the first page of the wizard, select the PIM application you want to synchronise the phone with from the drop-down list. You can choose Outlook Express, Outlook 2000, outlook 2002 or Outlook 2003 as your PIM. Follow the instructions on screen to finish the wizard process.