WhoPaste 3.2 Delivers a Snow Leopard Service & World-Ready Phone Formats

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[prMac.com] Austin, Texas - The new Snow Leopard Service in WhoPaste 3.2 makes extracting new contacts from text easier than ever. WhoPaste 3.2 also adds world-ready phone formatting; new SMS email address options; linked note support in Daylite; match detection in Entourage; and a new post-processing option. WhoPaste can create contacts in Apple's Address Book, Marketcircle's award winning Daylite, Google's Contacts and Microsoft's Entourage.

WhoPaste 3.2 users can now simply select text (no need to 'Copy' the text) and use the Snow Leopard service-savvy context menu to initiate contact creation.

WhoPaste 3.2 delivers optional world-ready phone formatting which stores phones number so they can be dialed from inside any country. This feature will, for example, allow users to take their iPhone to Geneva and still place calls to their friends in Los Angeles in the usual manner.

WhoPaste 3.2 enriches its Daylite interface with more options for handling notes, which can now be added as a linked note to either the contact or the organization or linked to both. The category of this linked note can also be assigned. The Daylite preferences pane and Daylite portion of the main review window have both been revised for easier use and visual clarity.

Match detection has been added to the Entourage. If a duplicate is about to be created, WhoPaste will open the existing contact in Entourage and allow the user to manage the merging operation. A new post-process option allows WhoPaste to open the newly created contact in the native address book immediately after creation. This option allows for adding further custom data to the new contact.

Inside the United States, WhoPaste can now add the SMS email address to existing contacts. The user can define a custom label and can specify whether the SMS email address is added to everyone or only members of a selected group. WhoPaste 3.2 adds a new 'appendix' feature that allows the user to define phrases that halt extraction of contact information and post the remainder of the text to the notes field. This can be quite useful when extracting contact data from structured data.

Minor enhancements found in WhoPaste 3.2 include:
User Interface Enhancements
* An open WhoPaste window can be made the front most by simply re-invoking the hot key
* 'Send Sample' function now sends emails directly using Gmail when configured with GMail Notifier
* Application launch time has been reduced by 25%
* New context menu support for 'Add to Appendix Triggers'
* New context menu support for any text found in the drawer
* Country names are now displayed in the user's native language
* Google login sequence has been improved

Extraction Engine Improvements
* 'Ignore Labels' are now extracted from single lines
* Street Addresses will now flow onto as many multiple lines as necessary when saved
* Phone label detection and usage have been improved
* URL extraction will discard any short forms that are fully contained within a longer form

Minimum Requirements:
* 3.2 will be the last version that will support Tiger
* All future versions of WhoPaste will require Leopard or later (Mac OS X 10.5)
* Mac OS X Version 10.4.3 Tiger or later (ships as a Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel)
* 8.0 MB Hard Drive space

Pricing and Availability:
WhoPaste 3.2 is available for only $15.00 (USD) for a single machine license. WhoPaste 3.2 is a free update to existing owners. A free trial version is available for download. The trial version allows saving 20 extracted contacts. A WhoPaste Media Review License Key is available upon request.

Located in historic fun-loving Austin, Texas, Mac-Chi is a privately funded company founded in 2006 by Steve Cronin. Mac-Chi focuses exclusively on the Macintosh and iPhone platforms using the Mac OS X Address Book as its central platform for innovation. Mac-Chi delivers contact-friendly software that enlivens your people. Copyright 2006-2009 Mac-Chi. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Google, Gmail, and the Google logo, are registered trademarks of Google Inc.

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