When working with email clients, you may want to back up your contact list for safe keeping or possible migration. This article demonstrates how to perform a contact list export in the RoundCube email client.

Exporting contacts in Roundcube

  1. Log into your RoundCube email client.
  2. select address book menu optionOnce inside the RoundCube client, click on the Address Book icon from the top menu.
     
  3. exportClick the Addres Book you want to export, then click the Export button located in the upper left of the screen.
     
  4. save contacts to local machineYou will receive a popup window asking to save the file to your computer. Ensure the Save File option is selected and click the OK button. This will save the file to your local machine.
     
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2014-03-04 11:13 am

These instructions are ok to only download the first 40 contacts at one time that appear on the first page of the address book. As I have over 1100 contacts, there has to be another / better / faster way to show all of the contacts, then highlight them, then download all of them at one time. Otherwise this is a crazy long process to download over 1100 contacts.

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2014-03-04 11:41 am
Hello Tim,

Thank you for your comment. I updated the article with the latest steps for downloading your entire address book.

You may have to clear your browser cache to see the updated steps.

If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
Thank you,

-John-Paul

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