AddressGrabber Standard is the quickest and easiest way to capture address details into your database. It intelligently figures out contact details such as First Name, Last Name, Title, Company, Street, City, State, Zip, Phone, Fax, Email address and Web site address and automatically adds them into your contact manager.
AddressGrabber is a data entry tool that captures contact information from email signatures, web sites and transfers them automatically into popular Contact managers such as ACT!, Outlook, Goldmine, PDA, etc.,
Quick, Accurate & User Friendly - Enters contacts with just one click! No special training required.
Duplicate Check - Alerts for duplicates while adding a new contact. You can maintain a clean and non-redundant database.
Data Export Utility - Exports contact information as Comma Separated, Tab Separated values to text files. You can then import it to any other database.
AddressGrabber Standard transfers contacts into ACT! Outlook, GoldMine and other popular contact managers with a single click. AddressGrabber Standard is a complete address capture solution for small and medium businesses, entrepreneurs and home based business professionals. It helps you improve work productivity by eliminating the need for manual lead data entry.
AddressGrabber Standard is a useful tool for:
Entrepreneurs and CEO's: To build a strong business network by capturing business contacts and email signatures to their database in just one click!
Senior and Middle level management professionals: To save time by quickly importing email signatures and client details from documents into their database.
Small and home business owners: To capture business leads quickly and easily for their business and reduce manual lead data entry.
What's New in this Release: Supports ACT! 2008
Link to AddressGrabber Standard sample code
License: Free To Try
Business::Office Suites & Tools
Date Added: Dec 22, 2007
Last check for an update: Mar 23, 2017
Last version date: Aug 14, 2007
Page Visit: 40
Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Mar 24, 2008