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OS X address book - linkage groups of contacts

The Address Book in Mac OS X fills up more and more over time, and while it fills up, also people change. Their addresses, their affiliation and so on. It becomes interesting when one divides its address book with groups and eventually everything is not quite right. Was sometimes a friend or colleague with the club? So it is to one, to find the names and find out in which groups these are each stored.nnHere there is a very nice - but unfortunately rather unknown - function that Apple has packed into its address management. In this video tutorial I will show you how you can find out with just one button click, in each of which groups a contact is stored.nnIf you like my videos or have ideas for other videos feel free to contact me or subscribe to my channel.nnOur websites & Infos:nhoTodi | http://hotodi.comnTwitter | http://twitter.com/hotodi_comnFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/hoTodi.tvnGoogle+ | http://goo.gl/oIf5Bnblog | http://www.berndsworld.comnnpowered by http://alugha.com

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