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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Sending Contact Information to Other People

As you know, after you create a Groove account, a Groove identity is automatically associated with that account. The Groove identity information can be stored in a file called a vCard. The name of this file is in the format accountname.vcg.

You can easily view your own information in the account’s vCard, and you can also view the vCards of your contacts.

There will be times when you will either want or need to send your Groove contact information to another Groove user. You can send your contact information to others in several ways. Here are a couple of methods:

  • If you are certain that the intended recipient already has Groove installed, you can send him or her your vCard (the accountname.vcg file), either ...

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