What is a vcf file and how do I open a vcf file?
A vCard file is integrated with data encoding specifications used for storing and compiling details of a user's contacts in a file saved in the VCF format. The content of a vCard file may include contact names, email addresses, home and office addresses, phone and mobile numbers among other pertinent details associated to a person or organization included in a user's cotnact list. Affixed with the .vcf extension, these vCard files are also implemented with text and binary formatting standards, making it possible to attach digital images and other multimedia content to a contact list stored in a vCard file. Custom fields can also be entered and associated to a contact list in the vCard file. These vCard files can also be attached to emails in order to provide recipients with a quick and easy way to add the contact details stored in the vCard files to their address book and contact list. In Microsoft Windows Vista, users can create and update their contact list stored in a vCard file using the Windows Contacts application, a program bundled with Microsoft Vista systems. The Address Book application is a bundled program in Mac platforms that is implemented with support for creating, opening and modifying the content of these vCard files. Support for a vCard file is also integrated into iPod and iPhone devices.
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Detail vcf file extension information:
File Format: vCard File
Primary Association: vCard Files
Mime Type: application/vcard (Macintosh only), application/x-versit (Eudora Plug-in), text/anytext, text/directory, text/x-vcalendar, text/x-vcard, text/x-versit (Eudora Plug-in)
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