Convert your vCard files to CSV or LDIF

 

vCard to LDIF/CSV Converter

Convert your vCard files to CSV or LDIF in order to import them to Gmail (like A to G), Outlook and other database applications.

Apple Contacts / Address Book exports its records as vCard files or as Address Book Archives. The problem is that these formats cannot be read by Apple Numbers or FileMaker Pro (version 12).

Thomas Bruederli created this useful and free utility to make the process easy. You may download the files and place them on a computer with PHP installed. Or you may use the web application that Bruederli installed on his web site’s server.

vCard to LDIF/CSV Converter (version 0.8.8.2) is free, may be modified and redistributed under the GNU General Public License.

Use the web application or download the program from this link:
http://labs.brotherli.ch/vcfconvert/

 

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Open Lab & Basics Part II

imac_macbookMacLearn is offered by HMAUS once a month for learning the basics of using Apple devices and applications.  Everyone is welcome. Our September MacLearn features an Open Lab in the morning from 9:00 – 11:30.  Bring iPhoto, iWork, Mac or iOS,  and other projects for help, or come to share what you’re doing with others.

From 12:00-2:30 Ross Rasmussen does Mac Basics Part Deux.  He’ll show you more shortcuts, organizing tips, and introduce you to Automator which is a great program that lets you create magic little shortcuts to do your repetitive tasks. No previous knowledge necessary.
automatorLocation:
Zenworx at 685 Auahi St.  Free parking two blocks away. Details are on the registration page.    Map:  http://bitly.com/zenWorx
Cost:
$3 for members,  $6 for non-members (first MacLearn is free)
Everyone welcome!

Registerbitly.com/maclearn-sept2014

Bring a lunch or pick up at one of several close-by shops.

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eMail from Nuts to Bolts

Share More, Learn More, Do More at HI TLC!

HI Touch Learning Clinics
Part One of the morning session: We’ll be exploring eMail from Nuts to Bolts. On completion of this mini workshop attendees will have a basic understanding of email. Topics will include eMail etiquette, best practices and good eMail management skills. Attendees will receive their Internet Email Driver’s License at the conclusion of the workshop.

Part Two of the morning session: Terrence Young will lead the HI Touch Chat portion. He will be moderating the future of eMail. HI Touch is not a lecture, it’s a conversation.

We’ll also have an HI Touch Tech Open Help Clinic in the afternoon session. For those of you unfamiliar with HI Touch Tech… it’s a FREE open-forum help clinic. We’ll field questions and puzzles you bring and explore solutions and fixes. It’s a simple format based on knowledge sharing amongst peers. No lectures, no agenda, no Apple dogma, just tech talk.

So if you have questions about your hardware, software or the network—how to do it, how to fix it, how to understand it—come to HI Touch.

When: Saturday, September 13; 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Where: ZenWorx, 685 Auahi Street

Cost: Absolutely FREE

Join us… Share More, Learn More, Do More

More information about the HI Touch Learning Clinic at:

http://www.hmaus.org/about/events/hi-touch-learning-clinic/

The HI Touch Learning Clinic is free and open to visitors and guests.

Since seating is limited please register for a reserved seat at:

http://www.hmaus.org/about/events/hi-touch-learning-clinic/htlc-registration/

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