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Subject: Keep your digital life organized with Ubuntu One! Subject: Bring your digital life together with Ubuntu One!
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Not only will your documents, photos, music, and notes stay in sync
across all of your computers and with your personal cloud, but all of
your Evolution contacts will as well.
Evolution is better with Ubuntu One - the personal cloud that brings
your digital life together.
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Learn more about Ubuntu One at http://one.ubuntu.com/.

Already have an Ubuntu One account? Add your computer to your account
by launching the Ubuntu One Control Panel.

All contacts in the “Ubuntu One” address book are automatically synced
with your personal cloud. Conveniently view and modify contact
Ubuntu One does more than sync your files - whether you need to access
your contacts, notes or bookmarks from any computer or the web, enjoy
your favorite music from a cloud integrated store or stream your entire
collection to iPhone and Android mobile phones - we’ve raised the bar on
personal clouds.
Learn more at http://one.ubuntu.com/.
        
Already have an Ubuntu One account?
Add your computer to your account by launching the Ubuntu One Control
Panel.                   All contacts in the “Ubuntu One” address book are automatically
synced
with your personal cloud. Conveniently view and modify contact
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For information about copying or moving your contacts into the Ubuntu
One address book, review our online tutorials and FAQs.
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/Tutorials/
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/FAQ/
                 For information about copying or moving your contacts into the
Ubuntu One address book, review our online tutorials and FAQs.
        https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/Tutorials/
        https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/FAQ/
        
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http://one.ubuntu.com/ http://one.ubuntu.com/ 

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From: The Ubuntu One Team <ubuntuone-support@canonical.com>
To: ubuntuone-support@canonical.com
Subject: Bring your digital life together with Ubuntu One!

Evolution is better with Ubuntu One - the personal cloud that brings
your digital life together.

Ubuntu One does more than sync your files - whether you need to access
your contacts, notes or bookmarks from any computer or the web, enjoy
your favorite music from a cloud integrated store or stream your entire
collection to iPhone and Android mobile phones - we’ve raised the bar on
personal clouds. Learn more at http://one.ubuntu.com/.
        
Already have an Ubuntu One account? 
Add your computer to your account by launching the Ubuntu One Control
Panel. 
        
        All contacts in the “Ubuntu One” address book are automatically
synced with your personal cloud. Conveniently view and modify contact
information in Evolution or the Ubuntu One website. Ubuntu One will even
keep your Evolution contacts in sync with your mobile phone.
        
        For information about copying or moving your contacts into the
Ubuntu One address book, review our online tutorials and FAQs.
        https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/Tutorials/
        https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOne/FAQ/
        
Need help or found a bug? Review the Ubuntu One support options.
https://one.ubuntu.com/support/
        
Thank you.

The Ubuntu One Team
http://one.ubuntu.com/ 

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