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Exporting contents of cardfile log in Sidekick 98

Exporting contents of cardfile log in Sidekick 98

Exporting contents of cardfile log in Sidekick 98

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Help!.  I am looking for a way to export the log field from SdK 98 so that I can import it into another PIM.

RE: Exporting contents of cardfile log in Sidekick 98

Dear all & bd1261,
This Matter is being dealt with but the problem that has arisen is that illegal (reserved) characters have been used in the field names
e.g. Tel_#
The hash makes it impossible to export the cardfile as it is not recognised as a valid Sidekick cardfile and when the character is changed to Tel_No the cards get all mixed up with numbers appearing at the beginning of each card.
The only solution to this, is to manually go through each card and remove the numbers before the Cardfile is exported a very tedious process, needless to say.

Regards Jim
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