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vCard

A standard format from the IETF for an electronic business card that includes fields for photos, sound and company logos. Information is transported in a file with a .vcf extension. Originally developed by the Versit group, it was later turned over to the Internet Mail Consortium (IMC) and then the IETF. Although defined in 1998, it has not gained universal acceptance, but some mail programs do support it and can insert attached vCard data into your address book.
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2 Support to export all contact data to CSV, vCard, Excel, TXT, Docx, HTML, Numbers and Pages.
1 (c) shows a CNP transaction based on Vcard from Construction 1 proposed by [13].
Go straight to the Google Contacts website with the vCard and log in with your Google account.
Now go to Gmail Contacts, click Import Contacts and you'll be told to select a file; find that vCard you just downloaded from iCloud, click Import and now every contact from iCloud will be in Gmail Contacts.
The SXSW Special Edition vCard is available for free at the Apple iPhone store at http://vcard.
1 capabilities with support for the following profiles: headset, hands-free, object push for vCard and vCalendar, stereo, file transfer, phonebook access, message access and also a microSD Memory Slot for up to 16 GB of memory.
Word is more flexible at creating mail merges, for example: Pages can do mail merges but relies on contacts stored in the Mac OS X Address Book application or as vCard files.
Stereo Bluetooth Technology - Support for headset, hands-free, stereo, phonebook access, object push for vCard and vCalendar
Rocket Matter allows new clients to import their Outlook calendar and contacts, vCard files and Internet calendar records.
The new software seamlessly transforms business cards into editable information and can be saved to text, HTML and vCard formats, or exported to other contact managers.
based CRM consultancy Beagle Research Group, explains that, in a way, this is another form of the electronic vCard that one can add to an email sent in Microsoft Outlook.
It's impressive: X1 supports dozens of file formats: General text, DOS word processors, Windows word processors, Macintosh word processors, spreadsheets, databases, presentations, graphics, compressed word formats such as ZIP PKWARE, and other miscellaneous formats such as vCard version 2.