How to insert vCards as QR codes in email signature?

You might wish to add vCard as a QR code in Sigsync email signatures. This QR code is personalized so that every user has their own vCard added to their signature.


vCards are an easy way to share contact information. By double clicking on the .vcf (vCard) file, you can add an entry to your Outlook’s address book.

VCF files are simply plain text files with relevant fields. This allows you to convert vCards to Quick Response (QR) codes. With mobile devices, QR codes make it simple to share contact information. When you scan a QR code with your phone's camera, the contact is added to your address book automatically.

Inserting vCards as QR codes to Sigsync email signatures

To insert vCards as QR codes, you need to enter the vCard text in the QR code window. This creates the QR code image automatically as you type any text in the text field. The image size can be varied as per the set size.

  1. Drag and drop the QR Code placeholder onto the signature layout.
  2. Select the size of the QR Code image from the drop-down menu.
  3. Open the vCard file (.vcf) in a text editor, copy the contents and paste it in the text box.
  4. If you require a higher text limit, pick a higher image size.
  5. A preview will be displayed as the text is added.
  6. Click on the Save button to add the QR image to the signature.

QR Code image

Now a vCard will be added as QR codes to email signatures and the vCard’s content depends on the sender of the mail.


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