Addressing Address Books For Linux - page 6
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Linux has a pretty good selection of integrated and standalone address books. Of course, there are other choices and new ones being developed all the time. The programs reviewed here should get you started on finding the right one for your needs. Most are bundled in to the major distributions and many times are installed by default.
And, if none of these suit you, you can always go back to the Rolodex, but then you'd have to give up Linux.
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