WOLVERHAMPTON, England, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Following its successful launch mid-September, Toffa International Ltd (http://www.toffa.com), creator of GooSync, has already added new connections to its AddressBookONE service, with many more connections in the pipeline. Windows Live and Exchange are the latest connections to be added, allowing you to import and manage all of your Windows Live and Exchange contacts. Naturally AddressBookONE's intuitive contact merge system will automatically identify and suggest any possible matches you may have between existing AddressBookONE and your Windows Live and Exchange contacts.
"We are proud to add these two connections to our new service," says Chris Jukes, CEO of Toffa. "If you take your contacts seriously, it's likely that you're going to use Windows Live, and Exchange in particular is a major player in the corporate market."
There are more connections planned for AddressBookONE, creating even more value for users. Jukes adds, "After listening to those who have subscribed to our service and evaluated the possible connections, we have decided upon our short-term priorities." AddressBookONE plans to add a Twitter and Skype connection over the coming weeks, with potential for many more connections by Q1 2011.
AddressBookONE is also implementing a Refer a Friend scheme, something which has been popular in the past with Toffa's GooSync service. Toffa's Head of Marketing, Jay Lloyd, explains, "Our GooSync Refer a Friend scheme was particularly popular, so we've decided to introduce the same scheme with AddressBookONE, plus for the months of October and November we are offering our customers the chance to win an Apple iPad for every referral they make."
For more information, visit http://www.AddressBookONE.com.
AddressBookONE is a new contact web portal created by Toffa International Limited (http://www.Toffa.com), a leading developer of synchronization software for mobile devices. Its GooSync service, released in February 2007, is now the market leader for Google synchronization.
Simply put, AddressBookONE pulls information from multiple sources including Gmail, Facebook, Exchange, LinkedIn, Plaxo and Windows Live, overlaying the data from each resource to provide a comprehensive view of each contacts data.
Upgrading to a Premium account allows you to synchronize your phone to AddressBookONE, enabling you to manage your phone contacts alongside all other contact data as well as offering a full backup and restore.
Typically a contact may display an email address from Gmail, a phone number from a phone, an organization from LinkedIn, a postal address from Plaxo and a photo from Facebook.
Jay Lloyd - Marketing Executive
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