Distinguishing between local IOS contacts and server contacts
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    Distinguishing between local IOS contacts and server contacts

    I have a user whose phone was updated from IOS5 to 6. He has
    some 1,400 contacts. Under old IOS 5 you could distinguish between
    local contacts and server contacts but that function was lost from the
    5 to 6 switch. Now he has some contacts local to his phone and others
    on the server but never the two worlds meet so he is stuck with local
    contacts trapped on his phone and since Apple overhauled iTunes
    they dropped a lot of the tools used to manage contacts/calendars etc
    since they stuffed it all in 'the cloud'. Any ideas how to get this contact
    data out of this or will each contact have to be readded?

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    Zimbra server offers some different import formats like .csv, .pst and so on. So the goal could be to move the local contacts from the iphone to outlook or some other store where you can export it to something zimbra can import.

    Or copy the contacts from the phone to the SIM card and then move the SIM card to a phone which can sync with outlook and import into outlook.
    After all contacts are in outlook export them to a format that zimbra can import.
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