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    Import contacts from text file

    Can I do a one-time (or consequential) import of contacts from a CSV or other type of file? Client has a mass of index cards and it'll be a ton easier to enter them on a PC, then import to DejaOffice via a text file.....

    I know I can synch using a paid program, like the Companion programs, but I still have to enter them and do not plan on two-way synching with anything.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boildkitty View Post
    Can I do a one-time (or consequential) import of contacts from a CSV or other type of file? Client has a mass of index cards and it'll be a ton easier to enter them on a PC, then import to DejaOffice via a text file.....

    I know I can synch using a paid program, like the Companion programs, but I still have to enter them and do not plan on two-way synching with anything.

    Thanks.
    Hi boidkitty,

    You can always download a trial version of CompanionLink Software for a onetime sync. I would go that route if I were you.
    Use the link below and then select the demo version.
    http://www.companionlink.com/products/

    It will offer a free 14 day trial.
    If you import the CSV file into Outlook or another PIM and then use ComapnionLink, that is probably the most efficient way to do this.

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