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I want to know how or where do I save my contacts just in case when I sync my 3Gs, they wont be lost
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All of your contacts should be saved in the Address Book application.


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If your computer goes, so does your address book, no?

Forward them to yourself and create a 'Contracts' folder on your MobileMe account. Then there on the server no matter what happens to yer 'puter.

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If your computer goes, so does your address book, no?

Forward them to yourself and create a 'Contracts' folder on your MobileMe account. Then there on the server no matter what happens to yer 'puter.
I would do this. At least set up the account. you get two months free and it'll help transition your contacts, email accounts, and bookmarks with ease. If you ever have a problem with your computer you have two backups. Your phone and mobile me.
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Hmm, simple enough. Thanks guys
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