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Custom Addressbook
Small Flexible Simple Password Protected!
Version 1.8

Custom Addressbook is an easy to use, small, and extremely flexible Address Management program for Windows 95/98/NT/2000.

Another advantage of its small size, is that the program and its database file can run directly from a floppy disk.
This means, that anywhere you may be, if you can make use of a computer, then you can also access your Custom Addressbook! All you need is to have with you the diskette with the program and the data file.

Some additional features:
* password protection
* minimize to tray
* data encryption
* data compression
* import function (to import data from programs such as MS Access, dBase, etc.)
* search function
* the ability to copy/add data to clipboard
* built-in backup function
* support for multiple data files
* support for Asian languages and non-western fonts

If you wish, you can download Custom Addressbook here. Alternatively, you can find out about some really unique and super features of this program.


Now, why is this program called 'Custom' Addressbook?


Custom Addressbook is unique, among the many apparently similar programs, in that this program enables you to define your own addressbook. Each person has different needs, wants to store his data in a different order, and wants to store different things (not everyone wants to store birthdays or first names, but some people do!).
Custom Addressbook even enables you to define your own addressbook from scratch!

For instance, you can easily define your own 'attributes' (like 'Phone Number', 'Email Address'). You can also define 'categories' (these are groups into which you can organize your data, e.g. 'Friends', 'Office', 'Family', etc.).
See this screenshot to get an impression on how to define and order attributes yourself.


Are you ready to download the program? Or do you want to read about the Custom Addressbook registration policies?


No crippleware, no nag-screens!!!

The downloadable shareware version is fully functional (no cripple-ware) and can be evaluated for any indefinite length of time. No nag-screens!
The only difference you will find between the downloadable shareware version and the registered version of Custom Addressbook is at startup: an unregistered copy of Custom Addressbook opens with a screen inviting the user to register his/her copy of Custom Addressbook, once (s)he feels (s)he has evaluated the program enough to wish to use it on a regular basis.

Other than the difference just mentioned, the registered user evidently also enjoys the advantage of being entitled to free upgrades.


Registration and price

Registering your copy of Custom Addressbook amounts to no more than $15.50, payment by credit card or check/cheque.

When should you register your copy of Custom Addressbook ?
Whenever you decide that you wish to use Custom Addressbook on a regular basis, then this is also the proper time for you to become a registered user. You will then find that it is just as easy and simple to register your copy of the program, as it has been to install and to make effective use of Custom Addressbook's convenient special features.

Full version (download)
Download the fully functional shareware version with all of the above features: (version 1.8, 180 Kb).
You can easily register the full version here
Lite version (download)
Download the freeware 'lite' version with some of the above features: (version 1.1, 180 Kb).


How to upgrade
To upgrade from a previous version, simply replace the .txt and .exe files with newer ones.


Software created by
Henk Hagedoorn,
Freebyte Software Engineering


Usage and copyright
You can use these programs in any commercial or non-commercial setting as indicated in the readme.txt files.
Copyright: Freebyte Software Engineering.