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How to Export Your Contacts from Plaxo February 21, 2008

Posted by Doriano "Paisano" Carta in Tips.
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I’ve loved Plaxo for many years and I’ve enjoyed the widespread attention they’ve finally garnered thanks to the success of their Pulse feature and social aggregation. However, it has always been a confusing for most people who want to simply export their contact information out of Plaxo without using the sync feature. For example, sometimes you just want all of your contacts in a csv file. Well, here’s how you do it folks.

Log into your plaxo online account.

Click the Address book tab

Click on the Add Sync Points link at the bottom of the screen

The Sync Wizard screen will apear (see image below):

We’re not going to sync anything. We just want to export our address book, so just click the second click here link.

The following screen will appear:

Simply select the file format you want, such as the .CSV file for Microsoft Outlook and then download it to your system.

That’s it. You’ve exported ALL of your contact information without synchronizing diddly squat.🙂

Comments»

1. Mechsoft - January 28, 2010

Thanks for this great help to export my all contacts from plaxo..

2. Robin - July 7, 2010

Many thanks for this. I’m helping a client with search engine marketing and CRM setup and they have all their contacts “hidden” in Plaxo. I guess it’s just lost in translation!

3. Dan - May 22, 2011

I think they changed their interface and those options are not there any more.

4. Jo - July 25, 2011

Help..need to export contacts to outlook 2007

5. HRMS - August 27, 2011

Thanks for providing steps for export our contacts from plaxo.thanks for sharing this steps with us.

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