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(keitai-l) Re: Backing up VCard

From: <camacho21203_at_yonden.co.jp>
Date: 09/01/04
Message-ID: <OFD9AE8D96.C5E3D259-ON49256F01.0081CD5D_at_yonden.co.jp>
>VCFEdit

Yes, a good tip but I was one step ahead of you. ;) I also downloaded it
and gave it a try but my problem turns out that the Vodafone model I have
saves
its data in some unique binary format. I had assumed it saved it as a vcard
when speaking to my wife over the phone.

Anyhow, you should add VCFEdit information to the WIKI site.



Carlos Alberto Camacho
Senior Staff
International Activities Project Team
Business Planning Department
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camacho21203_at_yonden.co.jp
Direct +81-70-5750-3959
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Shikoku Electric Power Co., Inc.
http://www.yonden.co.jp
Takamatsu City, Kagawa, Japan
Received on Wed Sep 1 02:39:51 2004