How to Export Contacts from IBM Verse Address Book?
IBM Verse is an instinctive email hosting application or we can say part of connection cloud. It makes easy for users to use their data from laptop, mobile, or even desktop browser. However, most of the time users need to export their address book from SmartCloud of IBM Verse in a way to manage their data. Not only this, users also have other queries like:
- How to move SmartCloud address book to vCard format?
- How can I export my IBM Verse people to my Smartphone contact list?
- How to transfer IBM Verse contacts list to desktop-based email client?
After knowing these issues faced by the users, we have come up with a free solution to export contacts from IBM Verse account. Read on to understand in details the way to move SmartCloud IBM Verse address book to other email application.
Step-by-Step Procedure to Export IBM Verse Address Book Contacts
As we all know that IBM Verse is a complete cloud based application to manage the email data. So, you need to login to the web based IBM Verse service from
Now, to export your IBM Verse Contacts or IBM Verse Address book to other email applications, Smartphone, etc. Please follow below steps:
- Firstly, login to your IBM Verse account from https://apps.na.collabserv.com/
- Once you are logged in, Click on People option > choose My Contacts from the drop-down list of options as shown below.
- You can view all of your IBM Verse Contacts.
- Select All Contacts that you want to export by using Select : All option as show below
- After selecting All Contacts, you will see an option with three dots … as shown below, at your upper right corner of screen, click on it. And you will see Export option from the drop-down list.
- Clicking on three dots will show the Export option as shown below
- Now, when you clock on Export option, it will open below screen and you can choose the desired option to export your IBM Verse contacts either as Comma Separated Value (CSV) or vCard Format (VCF).Along with this there are other options as well, to select language. After that check the exported data should include – Basic Fields or All Fields
- Once the address book is exported, you will get the completion message at the top of contact list as shown.
Suppose, if you have exported your IBM Verse contacts in vCard format. Then as we all know that vCard is a standard Contact sharing format, which is supported by all email applications, Smartphones, etc. to manage contacts. So, we can easily import converted IBM Verse contacts to many address book applications or email services like Gmail, G Suite, Thunderbird, Outlook etc.
But what if you need to move your vCard files to other email application. Keep reading as we have also given solution for the same also.
How to Import vCard (.vcf) files to Other Email Applications?
BitRecover vCard Converter Wizard is capable to import vCard to other email applications like Outlook, Thunderbird, Mac Mail, Apple Mail, Windows Live, Windows Live Mail, etc.
Software makes easy for users to perform the export process by providing the number of saving options like PST, EML, MBOX, EMLX, PDF, MSG, DOC, HTML, XPS, etc. Tool retains the integrity of data in exact form after conversion. Tool move the complete details like contact image, mail id, phone number, etc. to the desired format. The utility is simple, easy, and user-friendly to execute the migration of vCard VCF files.
vCard Importer – The Ultimate Solution For Contact Conversion
- 100% safe and secure to import vCard contacts to other email application.
- No, any external application is required to execute the migration process.
- Converts unlimited vCard VCF files to the desired format.
- Performs multiple or selective VCF file conversion.
- Operable on all Windows OS both 32 and 64-bit
Contacts play an important role to maintain work continuity. Therefore, many times users need to export their contacts from their email application. In the above discussion, we have discussed a solution to export contacts from IBM Verse. Along with this, we have also discussed a way to import exported data files.
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