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I'm using Yahoo! as my primary mail agent, so my contacts are there. Now I decided to put all my contacts from different social networks (LinkedIn, Facebook, Thunderbird..) onto one Google Contact; this will help in organizing things by having a master Unified Address Book.. So when I update my Google contacts (delete, add or modify a contact) i want the changes the changes apply automatically to Yahoo! contacts.

The only available solution now inside Yahoo! is to import the contacts manually but I need an automatic solution.. any ideas?

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If you have access to Outlook this might be easier. Just sync Outlook and Yahoo together then sync Outlook with Google. – Ramhound Jul 18 '13 at 16:26
That was kinda the point of Soocial, but they've decided to discontinue the product. Alternatives might be Full Contact (beta), Memotoo, or Plaxo. – Al E. Jul 19 '13 at 15:16
See also: Is there a service to keep my contacts in sync? – Al E. Jul 19 '13 at 15:57
None of the solutions proposed really addresses the problem; For Outlook, It adds another layer of complexity besides, I'm not really a fun of Microsoft products; I prefer Thunderbird instead.. The bottom line is; there's no solution available yet as the war between yahoo/google/microsoft in terms of contacts backup is not settled yet; everyone of them NEEDS our contacts! – numediaweb Mar 1 '14 at 10:07
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kylook lets you sync yahoo with google. Site is not the most robust but works - http://kylook.com

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