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The Microsoft vCard is a common format that contacts share that can easily be uploaded into Microsoft Outlook. Can a vCard be imported directly into Dynamics 365 Sales? Why doesn't Microsoft provide a way to easily import vCards? Also, even thought Microsoft Outlook is linked to our Dynamics 365, there is not easy way to "click" and add the details from an Outlook contact into Dynamics. In order to track an email you have to add the account and contact. Why isn't there an easy way to do this?
We can manually select multiple Outlook contacts and the Tracked to Dynamics 365 Outlook category to them thereby tracking all of them to model-driven apps in Dynamics 365.
Please refer to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/use-outlook-category-track-appointments-emails
With this, we can import the vCard into Outlook first, and then track the imported contacts into D365.
This may help you.
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