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Old 07-28-2006, 05:56 PM   #1
spocksbrain
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Question How to send a vCard via Bluetooth from Kontact


How can I send a vCard from Kontact via Bluetooth to my cell phone? I'd like to do that with a number of vCards, thus, a convienient way would be appreciated. ;-)

BlueZ is up, yet SyncML is not an option as the cell (Motorola A780) as it doesn't support it via Bluetooth.

Thanks for all your help!

Martin

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