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VCards -- Good or Bad?

By cmptrwhz ·
Good Morning All. I am the email administrator for a law firm, and our marketing department is asking me to implement VCards. I'd like to ask your opinions.
1) Does your firm use V-Cards?
2) Are they always attached to outgoing messages?
3) How many users in your organization use them?
4) What is the size of your organization?
5) What industry? (Law, Real Estate, Accounting, etc)
6) What are your experiences with them?

Thanks for all your help.
Mike

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by jon In reply to VCards -- Good or Bad?

Perhaps I'm short of knowledge on this topic, but from what I know, vCards are user based. I have never been forced to implement a vCard. I have setup mine in Outlook to make it easier for my recipients to quickly add them to the contacts folder in their system, and I consider it a benefit when others have implemented it cause it saves me time entering that data...but I don't know how to "implement" this corporately so everyone has to have one.

Most people don't even know what they are and I've had people delete messages because they thought they were a virus.

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