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What does a vCard means?


  1. What does a vCard means?
  2. What do you mean by vCard on your phone?
  3. Why would you use a vCard?
  4. What is vCard in America?
  5. What does it mean if someone includes a .VCF attachment in a message?

What does a vCard means?

A vCard is an electronic business (or personal) card and also the name of an industry specification for the kind of communication exchange that is done on business or personal cards. You may have seen a vCard attached to an e-mail note someone has sent you. vCards can include images and sound as well as text.

What do you mean by vCard on your phone?

Almost all Android devices use vCard to backup and restore the mobile contacts and other information on your smartphone. vCard files have . VCF extension which are read either by any appropriate third-party apps such as vCard Manager Lite, Contacts VCF, etc., or using the Android's built-in feature.

Why would you use a vCard?

A vCard enables you to send contact information in a format that can be easily read in other e-mail programs. A vCard is saved as a . vcf file, which is the Internet standard for sharing contact information.

What is vCard in America?

vCard, also known as VCF (Virtual Contact File), is a file format standard for electronic business cards. vCards can be attached to e-mail messages, sent via Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), on the World Wide Web, instant messaging or through QR code. This can also be saved as a contact file on smartphones.

What does it mean if someone includes a .VCF attachment in a message?

When a recipient opens the vCard attachment (. vcf file) that is received in a message, a contact form opens, displaying the contact information. You can click and save a . vcf file that you receive, adding it directly to your Outlook contacts, saving all the information.



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