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Thread: Source code for Email address book/contacts importer

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    hi frnds,
    I need email address book (contacts) importer source code...how to import email contacts to our page..pls help 2 solve this pbm......thank u.....


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    Default Re: Email address book or contacts importer source code

    Hello jega004 and welcome to the Java Programming Forums

    I have moved this thread over to our 'New to Java' forum.

    So you are looking to import your Outlook email contacts into a Java application? Please could you give me a little more detail.
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    Default Re: Email address book or contacts importer source code

    not only out look mail sir....imoprt all contacts lfor yahoo,gmail etc...

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    Default Re: Email address book or contacts importer source code

    Quote Originally Posted by jega004 View Post
    not only out look mail sir....imoprt all contacts lfor yahoo,gmail etc...
    Is it possible to export contacts from yahoo & gmail? Do they export as .csv or something similar?

    I am unfamiliar with the process. How do you plan to do this?
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    Default Re: Source code for Email address book/contacts importer

    Hi Jega,

    Sorry for my reply to this old thread, but I think this is still relevant for some:
    A while ago we (JAIDE, a German company) have released our Java-based library for importing webmail contacts. Currently it handles about 25 webmailers and also includes support for LinkedIn and XING. The library automatically updates itself, so there are no manual updates and server restarts needed.
    The library is in use at the Salam Business Club, so you can rest assured that it is updated quickly and stays stable.
    (Please forgive the self-promotion, I hope it's ok in this context.)

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