When you get an email from a person, you have the option to add the email address to your Outlook contacts and this option is provided y default. Gwabbit is a nice add-in for Outlook which makes contact management easy. Every time there is an email from a person who is not in the contacts list, the add-in prompts for adding them to contacts and more than that, it fetches the contact details from the signature and then adds it automatically.
Once installed, it add itself into the add-in tab and you can access Gwabbit. As you can see from the screenshot above, the add-in prompts to add the contact automatically and it fetches the details from the signature. In case the signature is mixed up and not recognizable, it asks you to pick the signature manually. Once the contact details are filled, you can save it to Outlook contacts.
gwabbit employs a remarkable patent-pending semantic technology to identify contact blocks within email text and accurately parse and import them into your address book. No more cutting and pasting contacts one field at a time from your emails into your address book. You can set the options from the Outlook 2010 add-in bar.
Gwabbit works with Microsoft Outlook 2010 (32- and 64-bit), 2007, 2003, 2002 (Office XP) and 2000. Gwabbit is an excellent add-in for Outlook and the way it fetches the details of the contact makes it very much useful. Having said that Gwabbit is not free, the Outlook version costs around $19.95 and you can try the add-in for 14 days before purchasing. If you liked the add-in and want to win a free license, we are providing 5 license to readers. You can download the trial copy here.
How to Win a free license:
Comment on this post mentioning which version of Outlook do you use and your Windows OS along with a valid email ID. We will pick 5 random winners from the comments.
Update: Contest is closed and winner announced. Winners are azziz07, Pramod, Toolski, vaibhav srivastava and mark. Winners will receive a mail with license details.