Contacts Tool allows you to export your entire AddressBook or selected records in seven different formats: Binary, TXT, HTML , LDIF (LDAP Data Interchange Format), CSV (comma separated values), MS Windows contacts and vCard.
Exported files can be easily transferred to a PC or Mac via WiFi or 3G/EDGE using a built-in web server or via e-mail.
Files can also be sent directly to another iPhone or iPod via WiFi, 3G/EDGE or Bluetooth. The receiving device must be running Contacts Tool’s web server or Bluetooth server.
Contact Tools can import files in LDIF, CSV, VCF (vCard) and Binary formats.
- Transfer the entire AddressBook or just a few records to another iPhone/iPod and import the records on the receiving device.
- Save the entire AddressBook in LDIF or Binary format for backup purposes.
- Print contacts from iPhones/iPods with AirPrint enabled
- Create a HTML file (including contacts photos) for viewing on a web browser.
- Create a text file (without contact photos) for editing or printing on a PC/Mac.
- Since LDIF is supported by a large number of applications, your contacts can be imported by other products currently not supported by iTunes.
- Contacts from PC/Mac applications that support LDIF format can be transferred to an iPhone/iPod.
Custom labels is supported in export/import operations.
Contact Tools also allows you to delete the entire AddressBook or a set of selected records with a single press of a button (plus a confirmation button). A backup file is automatically created during this process. Deleted records can be recovered importing the backup file.
With Contacts Tool you can also manage groups. Groups can be created and deleted. Contacts can be added and removed from groups. Export by group is supported.
You can also perform bulk modification of phone numbers (very handy for travelers). When arriving in another country for instance you can add the international dialing prefix to your phone numbers to be able to phone home. On return the dialing prefix can be removed.
Visit www.ttrix.com and watch a flash movie of Contacts Tool in action.