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Address Books for Linux

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All of the 'little apps' are handy when you live in Linux...
An address book is an application that helps you manage your names, phone numbers, email addresses and so on. They are usually relatively simple and often integrated into larger office productivity products. You might relate an address book in Linux to a Rolodex. Also, address books tend to reside on an individual machine or workstation.
 read more | score:7156 | -Ray, April 5, 2004
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