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Open Contacts 6.0.0.675 Beta

Posted on Sunday, July 26 2009 @ 14:39:24 CEST by

Open Contacts is an advanced address book program for managing contact info of individuals and organizations with relationships. Distributed as freeware, the program was designed for people who need more beyond oridinary address book programs in order to improve dynamic interactions with contacts. In addition, with SyncML for Open Contacts and a Funambol server, you may synchronize contact info with smart phone, PDA and Web address books etc.

Changelog:
* A predefined dynamic field can support multi-line. When defining a predefined field, check the "multi-line" checkbox. The field may display 2 - 4 lines. If more lines were inputted, you need to scroll down. This multi-line is handy for fields like street and address.
* When copying email addresses of selected contacts to Windows Clipboard, you may have the addresses separated by comma or semicolon.
* In previous versions, if you have more than 1500 selected contacts, some operations may fail. These bugs are fixed.
* The database structure was re-constructed and otimized, thus if you are using Open Contacts 5, a migration process will kick in.
Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Free


Version:
6.0.0.675 Beta
Size:
5MB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: Open Contacts 6.0.0.675 Beta





 

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