Sync More MS Outlook Contact Info with KeyContacts
Chapura has announced that it will soon release KeyContacts, an alternative to the standard Palm OS Address Book which gives Microsoft Outlook users a way to manage virtually all of their detailed contact information, including access to important Outlook fields, categories, and folders on their handheld. KeyContacts will be available on June 25 for $25.
Outlook customers using KeyContacts instead of the Palm OS Address Book will be able to synchronize 40 additional Contacts fields, including all phone numbers, all addresses, full name, job title, assistant's name, birthday, anniversary, spouse and children's names, and more.
It also supports over 250 categories, significantly more than the number of standard categories in the Palm OS. A contact on the handheld can now have multiple categories associated with it. In addition, categories and folders in KeyContacts will automatically match previously set categories and folders on the desktop, eliminating the need for users to change the way they organize their information.
KeyContacts is Windows only. It requires Palm Desktop 3.0 or higher, Palm OS 3.0 or higher, and at least 250 KB free memory on the handheld.
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