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How can i copy and paste Outlook (Vcf) files. Thise are the contacts into a P910 Sony Mobile.

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Hi,

How can i copy and paste Outlook (Vcf) files. Thise are the contacts into a P910 Sony Mobile.
Which location do i need to paste within the phone memory.

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Sharath
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by:ahmed-hesham
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Dear Sharath,
The contacts for Sony P910 are stored on the internal memory which you can't browse using windows explorer.
I recommend you install P910 suite on your computer and use outlook as your default contacts manager and import/export from there.
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Ok Now i have these Vcf files in a folder. Can i sync them with my P910
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by:ahmed-hesham
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Sure, you can either by using Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 (only with phones that run Windows Mobile 2003 or later) or using the P910 suite.
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by:bsharath
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Ok with P910 Suit how can i navigate to the folder where the contact Vcf files are there. I was not able to find an option
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You can upload all of them to windows address book and sync; another method is to paste all the files to card memory and then just run every file once. The *.vcf files are located at C:\system\mail (I guess)
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