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Mac-Chi releases WhoPaste 3.0 - More power and now money saving features

Jul 28, 2009 - WhoPaste 3.0 adds both powerful new capabilities and money saving features. WhoPaste 3.0 can determine the email-to-SMS address for most US mobile phones, detect existing matches in Address Book, execute post-process AppleScripts, retain the sender's email from Mail or Entourage, print to Dymo LabelWriters, archive source data, write to a watched folder, and dynamically manage hint files. WhoPaste, available exclusively on Mac OS X, supports Address Book, Daylite, Entourage, and Google Contacts.


WhoPaste 2.0 - A Power Tool for Daylite, GMail, Entourage & Address Book

Jul 15, 2009 - Mac-Chi announces WhoPaste 2.0, a major upgrade to their cutting-edge contact utility for Mac OS X. WhoPaste 2.0 adds significant product extensibility targeted at both world-wide and niche markets; augments existing Daylite support with more data options and match detection; and sports a sleek new user interface. WhoPaste 2.0 continues support for all the leading address books for Macintosh including Apple's Address Book, Marketcircle's Daylite, Google's Contacts, and Microsoft's Entourage.


Mac-Chi releases WhoPaste 1.2 - Powerful Contact Acquisition

Jun 10, 2009 - Mac-Chi is proud to announce WhoPaste 1.2, an update to their powerful contact acquisition utility for Mac OS X. Easily create a contact by extracting the name, company, job title, email addresses, phone numbers, street addresses, websites, even instant message handles from the current contents of the clipboard, and insert into Entourage, Google Contacts, Address Book, and now the popular CRM tool, Daylite. Version 1.2 can save new contacts into all of the supported databases in one action.


Mac-Chi releases WhoPaste 1.1 - Supports Spreadsheets, GMail & Entourage

May 11, 2009 - Austin based Mac-Chi announces WhoPaste 1.1, an extensive update to their contact grabber utility for Mac OS X. WhoPaste now supports creating contacts in Google Contacts, Entourage, or the Mac OS X Address Book. Version 1.1 extends the power of WhoPaste to spreadsheets allowing the extraction of multiple contacts in a single keystroke. This update also sports many enhancements to the underlying policies which now include extraction of embedded links from rich text fields.


Mac-Chi releases WhoPaste 1.0 - Macintosh Address Book's new best friend

Apr 13, 2009 - Austin based Mac-Chi is pleased to announce WhoPaste 1.0, a powerful contact acquisition utility for the Mac OS X Address Book. WhoPaste can create an Address Book contact by extracting the name, email addresses, phone numbers, street addresses, websites, even instant message handles from the current contents of the clipboard. WhoPaste is invoked by a user-configurable global hot key, so it is instantly available in any application. Address Book is not required to be running.


Mac-Chi introduces Googaby 1.0 for Mac OS X - Powerful Google Contacts

Feb 25, 2009 - Austin based Mac-Chi is delighted to release Googaby 1.0, their powerful Google Contacts and Address Book utility for Mac OS X. With pervasive drag-n-drop and a customizable iTunes-stye browser Googaby allows Google Contacts to fully participate in a normal Macintosh workflow. Googaby can also push any changes to the Address Book up to Google in the background. And with WhoPaste, Googaby has reduced the effort to capture contact information to near zero. It just can't get any easier.