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Sending a business card from a Blackberry Storm

Posted on 2009-05-19
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I can not find the way to send a business card to anyone in my contacts on blackberry storm.
Am I missing anyting?

Thanks for any comments
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Question by:Remap
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by:jdera
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Easiest way is to go into contacts on bb device, click on contact, click menu button, select Send As Attachment.

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by:Remap
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Thanks. But is there a way to send it as a business card or not?
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Sure, do you have your vCard in your contacts?  If so when you are in an email, when you are finidhed typing email, click menu button, select Attach Address, and select your vCard.
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by:Remap
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I have just ordinary contact list. I do not want to send any emails. I would like to be able to simply send a contact : a name and telephone number from a list of all my contacts as a business card to someone else.

Many thanks
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by:Gary Cutri
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Hi, all you need to do is open you Contacts > Select a contact so they are highlighted > Press menu > Select Send As Attachment > Enter an address to send the email to > Enter a subject > press menu > Select Send.  This will be send as a business card.
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Can I send the business card to the number not the email?
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by:jdera
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So you want to sent it as a text or sms? The answer is no.
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by:Remap
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Right, Ok anyway thanks very much for your help
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by:Remap
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Great help. Many thanks.
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