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WhoPaste 3.2 adds SMS e-mail control for existing contacts

updated 12:25 pm EDT, Wed September 23, 2009

Also adds bugfixes and minor enhancements

Mac-Chi has released v3.2 of its flagship software, WhoPaste. The application lets users create contact records in a variety of data stores by copying text to the Clipboard, and then invoking a user-configured hotkey. The latest version allows users to select text and create a new contact using the context menu. It also provides optional phone formatting, storing phone numbers in a manner that can be dialed from within any country.

Users can now also add an SMS e-mail address to existing contacts, defining a custom label and specifying the contacts the address is added to. Likewise new is an Appendix feature, used to define phrases that stop the extraction of contact information and post the remaining text in the Notes field.

The update also features various bugfixes and smaller enhancements. WhoPaste is compatible with a variety of platforms, including Address Book, Daylite, Entourage and Google Contacts. It requires Mac OS X 10.4.3, and can be bought online for $15. The current upgrade is free to existing WhoPaste owners.

by MacNN Staff




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