Birdie MSG to vCard Converter
Convert Outlook .msg Contacts to vCard(.vcf) format with all contact information
- Conversion of files to vCard in bulk
- Creates single .vcf file for each MS Outlook MSG file
- No need to install MS Office Outlook to perform conversion
- Convert both ANSI & UNICODE MS Outlook MSG Contacts
- Compatible with Windows OS 8.1 and below versions
- Converted VCF file can be imported to MS Outlook, Lotus Notes, Gmail, I-phone, Apple mail etc.
Our tool is easy in use and with few simple steps you can complete the conversion of MSG contacts into vCard format. See Detailed Working Process
Product Version: 4.6v
Product Size: 4.26 MB
Free Demo Edition - The Demo version of MSG to vCard Converter allows single MSG file conversion to vCard format
Frequently Asked Questions
Is MS Outlook required to run the software in machine?
No, there is no need to install MS Outlook in your machine to run our software.
I have 25000+ MSG contacts; can I want to convert them all on vCard format at once?
Yes, you can convert unlimited MSG files in one go with our batch conversion option. Just before doing conversion save all .msg files in 1 folder, then browse that folder using "Add Folder having MSG File(s) button".
Does the software create single vCard for entire MSG contacts?
No, the software will not create single vCard for all MSG file. Instead, it will create single vCard (.vcf) file for each MSG file and keep them saved in a common folder.
Is there any MSG file size limitation that software Impose while conversion?
No, It does not impose any limitation on MSG file size. It is possible to convert any size of .msg file into vCard (.vcf) file.
Unbelievable! MSG to vCard Converter of Birdie Software saves my valuable time; it has converted my thousands of MSG contacts in few minutes to VCF format without any restriction. It's really awesome -Thanks Birdie Software.
Ashley Douglas, Virginia
This conversion tool is marvelous and helped me to export contacts to vCard format with whole detail as well as images and photographs of MSG contacts. Thanks for this incomparable tool.
Richard Wilson, London