address book


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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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The Los Angeles Times recently reported that the app in fact uploads every address book contact and stores it for 18 months.
CYNCZ eliminates the need for manually entering contact data into various address books and also relieves subscribers from manually keeping track of contact details by updating any changed information so that the most current contact information is available at any source or device, at any time.
Whether bought as a gift or for personal use, the Northumberland Address Book, with its superb pictorial reminders of the county, will provide years of pleasure.
0 is driven by the wealth of online communications services available to users, and the increasing number of address books (contacts databases) users must now maintain, as each service hosts a discreet list of contacts, friends or buddies.
Headquartered in Boston with offices and customer references around the globe, OnePIN is the world leader in social address book solutions for mobile operators.
Add social networking elements to your contact list including friends' avatars/photos, status updates and online presence, and communicate with social network friends directly from address book.
This person-to-person service, branded separately by the operator, will allow users to automatically connect and stay connected to friends, family and business associates while building and growing their mobile social address books.
Network Address Book consolidates these address books into a single globally accessible location that enables users to update all their address books, driving increased customer satisfaction and usability.
Our ability to connect people and offer CallerXchange as a mobile social address book solution enables us to expand globally and help mobile operators succeed as the Internet and telco spaces converge.
As a result, Networks In Motion's NAVBuilder[TM] LBS Platform and AtlasBook[TM] Navigator will be integrated with FusionOne's Network Address Book solution.
The new Internet Address Book is responding to this trend and provides a central place for all these addresses, http://www.
com, the smart address book counting over 10 million users, presented their UNYK Mobile Sync.