Best Phonebook/Password Application

Discussion in 'Windows Applications' started by Bman, May 7, 2009.

  1. Bman

    Bman OSNN Veteran Original

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    For the longest time I have been using KeePass for all my passwords on the computer and on the internet. I think I am happy, so I only add Password to the title, just as an extra feature.

    My issue is a good phonebook. Currently right now I use Gmail for all my contacts, but it's not organzied that well, and does not have that many features. I would also enjoy a desktop application instead of online. So I am asking your opionons on your favorite, or if you have another suggestion.

    I will soon be scaning in alot of documents, work related papers, recipts, and things like that, to get rid of physical papers (well most reciepts will be kept of course). Any suggestions on archiving and organizing those...

    Thanks.
     
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  3. Bman

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    Looks pretty good, that was easy enough. Though,

    Any other suggestions?
     
  4. tdinc

    tdinc █▄█ ▀█▄ █ Political User

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    archiving your paper scans would be best by making PDF copies.

    As far as any other phonebook. type soft, I can't see any other unless you pay for one.
    how much more then an address and number do you need?
     
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    Nothing much else, address, phone, personal details, website/email, that kind of information about a person. Yea I wonder if my scanner does straight to PDF, i'd assume so.
     
  6. zeke_mo

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    I like the good old pen and notebook myself, just find a safe place for it, like the underwear drawer
     
  7. joyojoy

    joyojoy Not all there...

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    I use Roboform.
     
  8. vern

    vern Dominus Political User Folding Team

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    www.lastpass.com

    I just use the Firefox extension, but I believe they have an external USB type program and an iPhone app is coming. I think they may have a Blackberry app out already.