[VCARDDAV] Real example where vCard XML is used

Daisuke Miyakawa <d.miyakawa@gmail.com> Thu, 15 July 2010 22:51 UTC

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Hi guys,

It seems there's xml+vcard format nowadays, but I'm not sure where it is
used.
Does someone know an example where xml+vcard is used?
I suppose I haven't seen it in real software/devices.

Thanks,

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Daisuke Miyakawa (宮川大輔)
d.miyakawa@gmail.com