12 Address Book tips

May 30, 2007 - 6 Comments

Address Book is an application in Mac OS X that I never use, frankly I don’t see much use for it with all the online options to handle contacts. Anyway, I’m sure some of you do use the Address Book, and if you do this compilation from MacOSXTips.co.uk is bound to be useful. Included are twelve useful tips for using Address Book, covering everything from spotlight searches to printing envelopes with the little app, check it out.

MacOSXTips.co.uk: 12 Address book tips

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Posted by: David Mendez in Mac OS X, Tips & Tricks

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  1. RipRoarinRapids says:

    Dude, Address Book sucks, who the hell actually uses it, and those tips suck too, they’re not even good tips.

    Nobody uses Address Book so don’t waste your time

  2. David says:

    Address book is actually useful if you need to sync your contact info with mobile devices (phones or PDAs…) The fact that it is directly linked with Mail is also very nice (your entire address book is used when entering your recipients)

    Dude, Address Book is pretty good…

  3. Ludovic Kuty says:

    I find it useful too. And you can use TapDex with it ( http://www.yellowmug.com/tapdex/ ).

  4. You know, Address Book is getting more and more powerful these days. With Exchange Support in Snow Leopard, it should get even better.

  5. sandrar says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.

  6. Greyfaerie4 says:

    And now with iCloud integration, I don’t loose my contacts, plus, I get them on all my devices I use. Very easy to manage duplicates too.

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