This Embassy Database includes the names, addresses and phone numbers for the representatives of all 108 countries.
This database lists the name, state, district, and telephone number for all Ambassadors plus US Consulate Offices.
The data file is available in a variety of formats
|Contact Managers||ACT!, GoldMine, Maximizer, SalesLogix, SalesForce, Sharkware, TeleMagic|
|Personal Information Managers||Outlook, Palm, Maestro, PocketPC|
|Enterprise Managers||Netledger, Oracle Business Suite, Groupwise, Lotus Notes|
|Database Managers||Access, FoxPro, dBase, FileMaker, Lotus Approach, Paradox, R:Base, Oracle, MS-SQL|
|Spreadsheets||Excel, Lotus, Quattro|
|Word Processing Mail Merge||Word, WordPerfect, WordStar, Wang|
|ASCII format||Delimited, DIF, TXT|
Other formats available upon request
We can also help with consulting in the above software systems, for a reasonable fee. You may be able to laod your Access or Excel file yourself. But we can help, if you need assistance in uploading the data in to an Oracle SQL format on a back end server. We also can help you with training in the above programs.
Microsoft Access Format
Our most popular format
Each record ends in an ASCII CR-LF pair. The total record length (including tab separator and CR-LF characters) is exactly 21 bytes.
We send the file to you in compressed format, using PKZip or WinZip. If you want to decompress the file sent via email, you will need at least 1MB of free space on your hard disk.
Click for an example of the data in ACT! format
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|Yearly Subscription / Quantity Discount
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If you need consulting help importing the data: click here
If you need training in using software, click here
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Diplomats are the most affluent and free spending group in New York City andWashington, D.C. They also constitute one of the largest and most important industries. This is no surprise in that the members of the diplomatic community assigned to posts in New York and Washington are the most senior, influential and well compensated officials in each country's diplomatic delegation.
• High Disposable Income
• Frequent Travel
• Frequent Dining, & Entertaining
• Trend Setters in Their Respective Countries
In ACT! go to Edit, Preferences
to add the First name prefixes for H.E., His Excellency, and Her Excellency
to clarify to ACT! that these are not first names.