This may seem like a convoluted way to export your contacts out of Juno, but this was the only way I could do it when I was helping a client migrate from Juno to Gmail.
NOTE: In the examples below, I am using a Juno account that was created for demonstration purposes only. This account doesn’t have any contacts.
Sign in to juno.
Go to your address book.
Click on “Print Contacts”
Leave the print settings as shown below and click “Print” in the bottom, right.
After clicking print, you will see the print preview page below.
- var ContactListTable (this one is for contacts that have first and last name)
- var EmptyContactListTable (this one is for contacts that do not have first and last name).
(Note: in the example shown below the arrays are empty. Yours will be filled with contacts.)
Open your favorite text editor and create a file called something like “generate-csv.html” and paste in the following code. To download this code, hover your cursor over the code below to expose a small menu in the top, right of the code section. From there you should then be able to save or copy/paste the code.
var data = ;
//var data = [["name1", "city1", "some other info"], ["name2", "city2", "more info"]];
var csvContent = "data:text/csv;charset=utf-8,";
dataString = decodeURIComponent(infoArray.join(","));
csvContent += index < data.length ? dataString+ "\n" : dataString;
var encodedUri = encodeURI(csvContent);
var link = document.createElement("a");
document.body.appendChild(link); // Required for FF
link.click(); // This will download the data file named "my_data.csv".
Open the html file into a new browser window (Chrome works best). In a moment a new csv file will download, which you can then open in Excel or your text editor.
Add column headings at the top of your csv file. Make sure they map to the right values.
First Name,Last Name,Email Address
Import your csv contacts into gmail.
IMPORTANT: Always be careful when importing contacts into gmail and make sure you back up all your data as a precaution.