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address book

[′ad·rəs ‚bu̇k]
(computer science)
A feature in an e-mail program for storing e-mail addresses.

address book

(1) A file of e-mail addresses that is maintained in an e-mail program. See Web white pages.

(2) A file of names, addresses and phone numbers maintained in a personal information manager (PIM), contact manager, mobile phone or other application that deals with groups of individuals or companies in some manner.
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M5 Connect for Apple Address Book, which allows users to click on a contact number to dial their M5 phone, is a good example.
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a mobile voice messaging service, today announced it has made its service even easier for Macintosh users by releasing a simple application that lets its users upload their Apple Address Book contacts in seconds.
Varying class of service specifications for students, faculty and staff * Two-way synchronization with Outlook, Apple iCal, Apple Address Book, and other offline clients * Web document authoring and sharing, allowing faculty and students to share course materials * Over-the-air synchronization to a wide range of mobile devices * Lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than legacy solutions * Ability to leverage a single collaboration platform for all users * Innovative, open source platform * Rich Web 2.