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How do I insert a business card into an email on Windows Live Hotm

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Mike A.

#1
How do I insert my business card into an email?

Here's what I know. I have received emails with a business card inserted
within the body and would like to do the same with my business card.

Most recently, I received an email with a card which had a .vcf extension
which is Virtual Card File. I think you can import a card with a .vcf
extension into Outlook and then put it into an email.

My situation is complicated by the fact that my business card is a .pub 2000
file and I don't use Outlook for email but Windows Live Hotmail with a .msn
extension. Can you tell me how to insert my .pub 2000 business card into an
email on Windows Live Hotmail?

Thanks. Mike maumancpa@xxxxxx
 

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Ron Sommer

#2
This newsgroup is for Windows Live Mail.
You need to ask your question in the msn group.
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"Mike A." <MikeA@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:4FE37B9E-A491-4A48-AABC-199E7E2D2D6F@xxxxxx

> How do I insert my business card into an email?
>
> Here's what I know. I have received emails with a business card inserted
> within the body and would like to do the same with my business card.
>
> Most recently, I received an email with a card which had a .vcf extension
> which is Virtual Card File. I think you can import a card with a .vcf
> extension into Outlook and then put it into an email.
>
> My situation is complicated by the fact that my business card is a .pub
> 2000
> file and I don't use Outlook for email but Windows Live Hotmail with a
> .msn
> extension. Can you tell me how to insert my .pub 2000 business card into
> an
> email on Windows Live Hotmail?
>
> Thanks. Mike maumancpa@xxxxxx
 

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Gary VanderMolen

#3
The newsgroup to which you posted is dedicated to supporting the
Windows Live Mail program. You will get more help by posting that
question in the Hotmail forum:

http://windowslivehelp.com

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Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/VanderMolen


"Mike A." <MikeA@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:4FE37B9E-A491-4A48-AABC-199E7E2D2D6F@xxxxxx

> How do I insert my business card into an email?
>
> Here's what I know. I have received emails with a business card inserted
> within the body and would like to do the same with my business card.
>
> Most recently, I received an email with a card which had a .vcf extension
> which is Virtual Card File. I think you can import a card with a .vcf
> extension into Outlook and then put it into an email.
>
> My situation is complicated by the fact that my business card is a ..pub 2000
> file and I don't use Outlook for email but Windows Live Hotmail with a ..msn
> extension. Can you tell me how to insert my .pub 2000 business card into an
> email on Windows Live Hotmail?
>
> Thanks. Mike maumancpa@xxxxxx
 

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...winston

#4
You can't....WLM only supports the vcf extension.
The *.pub can be attached and opened separately by the recipient if they have a program that supports that file extension.

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...winston
ms-mvp mail

"Mike A." <MikeA@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:4FE37B9E-A491-4A48-AABC-199E7E2D2D6F@xxxxxx

> How do I insert my business card into an email?
>
> Here's what I know. I have received emails with a business card inserted
> within the body and would like to do the same with my business card.
>
> Most recently, I received an email with a card which had a .vcf extension
> which is Virtual Card File. I think you can import a card with a .vcf
> extension into Outlook and then put it into an email.
>
> My situation is complicated by the fact that my business card is a .pub 2000
> file and I don't use Outlook for email but Windows Live Hotmail with a .msn
> extension. Can you tell me how to insert my .pub 2000 business card into an
> email on Windows Live Hotmail?
>
> Thanks. Mike maumancpa@xxxxxx
 

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