The Mac's Contacts app is incredibly useful for storing personal and work contact info. Here's how to back up your Contacts database.Contacts in macOSmacOS's Contacts app lives in the /Applications
The Mac's Contacts app is incredibly useful for storing personal and work contact info. Here's how to back up your Contacts database.
Contacts in macOSContacts in macOS
macOS's Contacts app lives in the /Applications folder at the root of your Startup Disk. When you add new Contacts, each page, or vCard is stored in a local database on disk at ~/Library/Application Support/AddressBook (the Contacts app was called "Address Book" in earlier versions of macOS).

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