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I need to copy my numbers from my private Nokia to my office BB. I have not found a way to export my phone numbers from ovi or elsewhere. On Mac iSync stopped working with snow leopard and OVI on windows does not export. I do not mind using a windows suggestion. I lost a description on how to use the ovi backup files in another program.

What I have done so far

I simply do not understand why Nokia is giving us such a hard time. I would not have considered switching from Nokia if Mac had been better supported. It is so frustrating that they just seem not to care losing Nokia fanbois like me - especially since I am this outspoken on the net and what i say on popular forums gets indexed by google fast. I am very close to just go iPhone here.

Hope someone has Nokia's ears


UPDATE: I Downloaded NbuExplorer from sourceforge. It will extract everything from an OVI backup into VCF, VCS and VMG files.

Very useful software and free.

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Yeeees? What do I do there, that I haven't already? – mplungjan Dec 19 '10 at 6:03
    
You're right SonyEricsson or Samsung, never ever Nokia. – Aki Dec 19 '10 at 10:34
    

http://discussions.info.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2136675&tstart=-2

You may want to try

  • launching isync via an admin account
  • mv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.syncserver.plist ~/.Trash/
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Nope. No luck there either – mplungjan Jan 4 '11 at 13:01
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And the answer is:

Download NbuExplorer from sourceforge. It will extract everything from an OVI backup into VCF, VCS and VMG files.

Very useful software and free.

For PCSuite (not tried) I found NokNokWhosThere also at sourceforge

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