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It really couldn’t be simpler for you, simply download the following zip file: DOWNLOAD FOR APPLE USERS – 2000 Fake Contacts for Apple users Open the zip file and you should have a single v Card file, simply double click this v Card file and Address Book should spring into life and ask you if you really want to import 2000 new contacts.

Just click add and you’re all done, 2000 contacts z0001 to z2000 should now be in your Address Book.

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To make life easy for you I have compiled instructions on how to add 2000 fake contacts to Outlook for the Windows users and Address Book for the Apple users.

Recently I configured my i Phone to sync contacts with my Exchange server at work and this PUSHed another 2500 contacts onto my i Phone and suddenly all my contacts appeared on the i Drive.

[Note – if you use Mobile Me to PUSH all your contacts from your computer to Mobile Me and then PUSH them down to your i Phone it will still work just have some patience and check your phone after 10 minutes] If, for neatness, you want to have the 2000 z-contacts in their own folder simply click the plus at the bottom of the group pane: then give the group a name: and now click on the Last Import folder, in the middle Name pane click on the first z0001 and then press Apple A to select all the entries and then drag them onto the new group you just created.

All you need to do now is fire up i Tunes and re-sync them all to your i Phone.

[Windows users – notice how much easier this whole process was on an Apple 🙂 perhaps it’s time to switch!

[Remember it doesn’t matter if you have the 2000 z-contacts in a sub-folder or not] That was all I needed to do, the next time it paired with my i Drive (2006 BMW M5) the contacts list appeared after a short wait HOWEVER, some people have said it’s best to keep the i Phone from sleeping whilst waiting for the initial sync to happen and some have said they had to delete the i Phone-BMW pairing and re-pair, so lets be safe and do both.

Delete the pairing – On you i Phone go to Settings-Bluetooth and if you see BMW##### [where there #’s are the last 5 digits of your car’s chasis number in case you didn’t know that] click it and select unpair.

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