Private: cr-addrfile

Personal Address File

ADDRFILE is a utility which can be used for keeping personal address information. For example, you can keep people’s addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc. It is similar to the old Windows CARDFILE program and it can read (.CRD) files created by that program. You can use this program to keep personal notes too, just as you can use NOTEPAD for this purpose. However, by using this program, you can organize your data and access any information you need more easily.

Information is stored normally in CSV format, so you can import files created by ADDRFILE to other programs, like Microsoft Excel. You can save to and read from TXT files also. You can optionally encrypt and/or compress your CSV files.

Using ADDRFILE, you can read and update phonebook entries of your mobile phone using Serial, USB, Bluetooth, or Infrared (IrDA) connection to your PC. Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola, and Siemens mobile phones are known to work with ADDRFILE.

ADDRFILE has an integrated phone dialer similar to, but better than the one in CARDFILE. Another useful feature is the ability to execute system commands stored in your data file.

This program was written mainly to overcome some limitations of CARDFILE. For example, in CARDFILE the size of card cannot be larger than 12×40 characters including the index line. In ADDRFILE there is no such limitation. The main philosophy behind this program is its simplicity and easiness of use.

Note: You can use the full functionality of ADDRFILE even if you do not register.