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Chapter 15. Using Email > Setting Up and Using an Address Book

Setting Up and Using an Address Book

Mac OS X includes the Address Book application, in which you can store all your contact information. The most obvious use for this information is within Mail, but other applications can access the Address Book as well. This is useful because it enables you to use a single contact database for other applications that use information about your contacts, such as iChat. You can store as much information as you want, and you can customize each entry in the Address Book as much as you like. You can also print Address Book information in more ways under version 10.4 than you could under previous versions.

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If you enter a website address for a contact, you can access that website from within Safari's Address Book tab. You'll learn more about this in Chapter 16, “Surfing the Web.”



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