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WhoPaste update for Mac OS X adds new task functionality

Mac-Chi has updated WhoPaste (http://www.whopaste.com/), a contact acquisition utility for the Mac OS X Address Book, to version 4.6. The upgrade’s new task functionality provides a user default that controls whether there is a due date and if so how many days in the future.

WhoPaste 4.6 also provides a “skip Saturday” and a “skip Sunda”‘ option. iCal users can specify a default calendar for new to dos, while Daylite and Entourage users can specify a default category and project.

WhoPaste 4.6 also introduces four new license options. Both the new “Add One” and “Up to 5” license options are available to one, two, three or four user licenses. The new ‘Up to 10’ option is available for 5 user licenses and the new ‘Up to 25’ option is available for 10 user licenses.

With WhoPaste installed Mac users can simply copy any contact information (e.g. just a phone number in a Sticky note, a whole signature block in an email, or even multiple rows from a spreadsheet) and without switching applications or navigating to a web site, with a single keystroke they can create a new contact in their address book.

WhoPaste requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later. It costs $19.95 for a one-Mac license; a two-Mac license is $24.95. A demo is available for download, and version 4.6 is a free update for registered users of version 4.x.

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