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What is the best way to import and/or sync Gmail-Google contacts with MagicJack contacts? Is this even possible?

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Please read the FAQ, SU is not about web services. – Molly7244 Feb 25 '10 at 18:47
I am assuming the OP is referring to the hardware add-on for doing phone calls over VOIP, in which case the question is valid, although I think very localised and better asked at the MagicJack support forum. – BinaryMisfit Feb 25 '10 at 22:06
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MagicJack Contacts Importer

Instructions: import from gmail

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What about going the other way or actually keeping it synchronized? It looks like magicJack stores in an xml format. How about use Google Voice to dial - then you are using your Google contacts information and can just connect calls to your magicJack line? – mindless.panda Mar 3 '10 at 21:36

This app is no longer supported as Magic Jacks contacts are now located on a remote server. If you use Microsoft Outlook, you could use the Magic Jack Outlook Add-In import tool. also, if you use GMail, you could import into Outlook and then import again into your Magic Jack... as I have just done. I hope the powers that be at Magic Jack get with it and supply us soon with an option to do this.

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