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Address Book Map function in Europe

The default map function of the Address Book is a cool trick, but isn't very useful to users living out of the USA. But there's a new plugin on the block: Mappy Address Book

A neat Address Book plugin which enables the Address Book to hook into the online Mappy services. You can map an address or route it. Works like a charm.

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Reponses to “Address Book Map function in Europe”

#1 by Enrique

10:00 on 5 March 2004

Last week I found on the same site two other plugins that work with "Viamichelin" and "Citée futée". For some reason, the developer has pulled out the information concerning these, but the URLs still seem to work:

http://jeangabi.steinmetz.free.fr/Fichiers/Plug-ins_Viamichelin.dmg
http://jeangabi.steinmetz.free.fr/Fichiers/Plug-in_Citefutee.dmg

#2 by Jenney Price

16:38 on 23 March 2004

Thanx so much the Mappy Address Book is just what
I was looking for.

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