Contacts Manager+ v1.10 [FULL] S60 SMPDA
Contacts Manager+ for Series 60
Contacts Manager for Series 60 can export/imports contacts from/to Nokia 7650/3650/3660/6600/N-Gage, Siemens SX1 and other Series 60 phones using a CSV or TXT file with delimiters. This application can also read (import) contacts data created by Contacts Manager(+) for Nokia 9210/9290, Nokia 9300/9500, Nokia 7710, or for SE P800/900/910 (UIQ) phones.
Unlike similar programs, Contacts Manager is able to save (export) into textual file virtually all data from the contacts database of the phone.
Contacts database transfer between phones using synchronization with PIM (e.g., MS Outlook or Lotus Notes) might be incomplete (lossy) - especially in the case that contact cards in the communicator or smartphone contain more fields then contact cards in the PIM are able to accept. Export using Contacts Manager keeps also hidden items as well as hidden field properties.
As a result of export, you will get delimited CSV/TXT file in Unicode with data ordered into "columns". Export supports also multi-fields (repeating fields) and fields with user-defined description, and conceded and hidden fields, hidden subtypes (properties) as well as special fields, are also handled properly. Result file can contain also group definitions and other supplement records. Parameters of the result (CSV/TXT) file can be defined in Settings - according to the user's needs. Exported file can be imported into a spreadsheet or database application on PC, or (again using Contacts Manager) into Series 60 phone, Nokia 9210/9290, Nokia 9300/9500, Nokia 7710, or SE P800/900, etc. And after conversion to NCC format, you can load contacts also into Nokia Series 40 phone.
You can import CSV/TXT file exported by Contacts Manager(+) from Series 60, Nokia 92xx, Nokia 9300/9500, Nokia 7710, or SE P800/900 (UIQ) phone (or created manually using the CntMng export protocol format definition). You can also import contacts from Nokia Series 40 phone (conversion from NCC format needed). Import adds contacts into the contacts database. Recognized items are imported into proper fields, and for each unrecognized or unknown item a new 'Note' field is created in the contact card.