CSV to vCard (Mac) conversion is made possible by the SysTools CSV to vCard for Mac converter tool. The application supports Mac OS 10.6 and plus versions and no other major requirements. Also, the tool supports complete mapping of the contact fields manually as well as automatically. It works perfectly with MS DOS, Comma Delimited, & Macintosh CSV files. The output vCard files created by the software can easily be used on supported platforms, devices, and OS. However, there can be only one source file while the output will be based on the number of contacts converted. The CSV to vCard (Mac) converter owns the following features besides its capability of converting contacts from CSV to vCard for Mac: There is no file size limitation held by the software for the conversion of contacts from a Comma separated Values file. A file with an unlimited number of contacts can be used for conversion. The software creates an individual vCard (Mac) file for each contact that is converted from the selected CSV format file without any limitations and with data integrity successfully maintained. SysTools CSV to vCard for Mac offers the mapping of each contact field before you export CSV to VCF. By default, you have to manually map each field, however, there is also an automatic mapping option provided by the software. Not only does the software let you choose the location of the CSV file to be converted. But, it also allows you to choose the desired target location for saving converted contacts as VCF file on the respective machine. The successful CSV to vCard (Mac) converter can also be tested before being purchased with its free of cost trial edition that converts only the first 15 contacts into VCF files and none other. However, you can convert the entire contacts to vCard for Mac using the SysTools CSV to vCard for Mac converter licensed version available at $39. For any assistance regarding the software or its purchase, you can contact, the technical experts available 24x7.
The demo version can only convert 15 contacts from CSV file into vCard for Mac format