Ablebits.com Smart Contacts for Outlook 1.0
If you need a tool for quick and convenient contact management in Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2010 - this is the one for you.
Smart Contacts shows a list of your recently and frequently used contacts on a pane that is always available when you work in Outlook. Any new email address you reply to is automatically added to Recent contacts and to have your own list you can mark email addresses as favorites. This little plugin offers incremental search to find any recipient in seconds. You can enter any contact details or parts and find them by domain or company name. Besides, you see the email addresses you use more often at the top, so no need to scroll through all contacts in your address book.
Contact cards show all email addresses and details you need, let you call or email the person, edit or delete the information in the Outlook address book. You can also remove the contact from the list on the pane for good, or return it back via search. You'll forget about Outlook Auto Complete with a click on a contact to add it as To, CC or BCC recipient and always see the entered email addresses marked on the pane.
You don't have to open Contacts in Outlook to add, edit or delete them with Smart Contacts. Outlook Contact manager has never been so simple. If you spend a lot of time working in Outlook 2007 and 2010, you can manage your contacts right on the add-in pane: - Add , edit or delete Outlook contacts - Open contact card right on the pane - Find addressees by company, domain name or any other information - Write to several contacts, create a group task or a meeting in a click - Automatically add an email address to Smart Contact list when you reply - Double-click to email a recent recipient - When writing an email, a click on the pane will add or remove To, CC and BCC recipients - Minimize the pane and have a quick access to any contact category - Choose if you want to see a simple address list or add pictures next to your friends and colleagues
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