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BlackBerry IPD/BBB Contacts Extractor --------------------------------- This program allows you to export your Contacts from any of your BlackBerry Backup files (the ones with extension *.ipd or *.bbb) into a comma-separated text file (with extension *.csv) that you can then open with Microsoft Excel. Send bug reports and questions to alfredopa@gmail.com Installation ------------ 1. Unzip the ipdcontacts.zip package in any folder you prefer in your computer. 2. Double-click on prereqs\dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe to install the .NET Framework 4.0, a pre-requisite for this program. If this was already installed, you'll get an error message saying so; this is normal. 3. Double-click on prereqs\vcredist.bat to install the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable library, another pre-requisite. If this was already installed, you'll get an error message saying so; this is normal. How to Run ---------- Double-click on ipdcontacts.exe to execute this program. Additional Information ---------------------- This package includes Info-ZIP's runtime libraries, required for its execution. See LICENSE.txt for details.
Source: README.txt, updated 2015-11-28

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