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In Windows Vista I am using Windows Contacts. I have a contact group: C:\Users\Me\Contacts\ I want to switch to use a service like MailChimp, ConstantContact, etc., those services can import CSV files. How can I export the Windows Contacts Group as a CSV file?


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  • Open Windows mail.
  • From the Local folder select Sent Items.
  • Make a right click on the last message sent to your group.
  • Choose Properties and the Details Tab.
  • Copy with the clipboard the e-mail addresses.
  • Open Notepad and paste the clipboard.
  • From Edit menu, replace the <>, remove the blank space.
  • The file should have one e-mail address for each row. Save the file as .csv.
  • From Windows Mail choose File > Import select your .csv File.
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