View, modify or administer address books using a Web browser from any platform. You can define users and set permissions, so address books can be shared among multiple users with varying levels of access. Possible uses include sharing contacts among multiple users in an office, making a corporate directory available on your Web site, networking your address book for access on multiple computers, or making your addresses available no matter where you travel.
Import from many popular contact management programs. Track an unlimited number of contacts with any number of categories. Customize your own field names, choose which fields to display and sort by any field. Apply filters based on category, alphabet or both. Search features for finding your contacts. Quick links to look up maps for any address using MapQuest, Yahoo! or Google. Also supports using an optional "Handy Client" for working with your address books.
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