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 email addresses that is maintained in an email 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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Using this Address Book Recovery tool, users can easily recover their contacts from a corrupted Outlook address book file.
Currently, Twitter tells users that it "may customise your account with information such as a cellphone number for the delivery of SMS messages or your address book so that we can help you find Twitter users you know".
Also captured in the Northumberland Address Book are images of The Lambley Railway Viaduct over the Tyne and a rainbow spanning the border with Scotland.
My brand new address book with everything neatly penned and perfectly alphabetized will not stay that way.
Vodafone said the address book is saved in Vodafone Backup and can be managed online in the MyVodafone area of the http://www.
Mainstay has begun shipping JustAddress Book, its new personal web-based address book that can be accessed using a web browser.