TPC! vCard

TPC! vCard allows WordPress administrators to import vCards and create new users from that information. vCards can be generated by Microsoft Office Outlook, Mac OS’s Address Book, and most other address book applications. TPC! vCard can be accessed via the Plugin admin panel for easy installation.

If you have any ideas on how we can improve this WordPress plugin, please leave us a comment.  Props to cmcmahon on WP forums for the idea.

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7 thoughts on “TPC! vCard”

  1. This looks like a great plugin… something I will be testing and using. It is obviously a very young plugin. But I was surprised at the lack of description (in the admin pannel) of which version of the vCard format is supported (and if picture support is supported).

    1. Hey there!

      You are totally right, it is a very young plugin. I am still learning about the vCard format, so if you have any pointers or ideas, please send them my way! I’d be happy to make changes anytime.

      Thanks for your comments,


    1. @max A vCard menu will appear at the bottom inside of the WP admin panel. If you click the down arrow to expand the menu, you will see a link that says Import. After clicking Import, you select the vCard and click the button to continue. If the vCard is valid, it will parse the information and ask you to confirm, giving you a chance to change the data if you want. Once you confirm the data, the new user will be created.

      I hope this helps! Feel free to respond if you need more assistance.

  2. Just downloaded this from the WP plugin directory; installed, per instructions. Upon ‘activating’ it I get the following error: Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/content/j/w/o/jwolfgang/html/fluellen/wp-content/plugins/tpc-vcard/tpc-vcard-template.php on line 27.

    So, unable to get it working, unfortunately. Any ideas? (Using the latest WP version, 2.9)

    1. Hi Jennifer,

      Hmmm… this is a new one. Are you using PHP4? I’m fairly confident that is your issue. This particular plugin uses method chaining, which was not available until PHP5.


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