"Breathnach, Proinnsias(Dublin)" wrote:
> NS in Windows will import MS address books, and that format *should* be
> compatible w/NS for Linux ...
>> <The easy way>
Thanks to everyone who replied (within minutes) as it turns out the
above was the sulution which I ended up using.
Import to Netscape under windoze & copy the relevant files to
start netscape & bang there is is.. Perfect
as for the csv suggestion, this was let down by virtue of the fact that
the POS known as M$ internet mail only wants to export one entry at as
time & that only exports to that cursed vcf crap.
selecting the whole lot & copying it out into a plain text file results
in one big long badly formatted file with each of the entries having an
entry looking like
user at domain.tld
If I'd more time to hand I'd probably have fixed it up a little but the
NS-import worked well enough.
Thanks again to all who replied
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