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Old 01-23-2010, 11:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody used Gwabbit to create contact records from email signatures? If so, I'd be interested in hearing an evaluation. Thx.
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I've tried the free version.

It doesn't work nearly as good at Anagram (which is now a paid service). Anagram did multiple fields & address. All I ever managed to get out of gwabbit was Fname, Lname and single phone number.

Not a fan.

I may be biased I don't really add that many contacts but Anagram constantly surprised me at how well it worked.
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Either way.

I would never pay a yearly subscription fee for either service. I just don't add that many people to justify it.

CopytoContact the similar free service/app is horrible.
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