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Inserting a file into Contacts?

Posted on 2001-08-05
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When I Insert a file into a Contact where does this get saved? Does this become part of the PST file? and what happeneds when I syncronize with a handheld?
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Assuming that you picked "Insert" or "Insert as Attachment", then yes a copy of the file gets stored in the PST file.

Not sure because I don't own one, but I would guess the data doesn't get replicated to the hand held since there is a limited amount of memory.
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by:Don Thomson
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I just tried it - no it doesn't get transfered to handheld

A copy of the file would get saved in the PST file
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