Your mail.co.uk address book is the central point of your contact management. Here you can create new contacts, edit existing contacts and merge them into groups. You can export your contacts or import address books from other applications. You can also create and manage e-mail distribution lists. The more intensively you maintain your address book, the more optimally your address book will support you in your daily communication. For example, all e-mail addresses, mobile phone numbers and fax numbers stored in your contacts are included in the auto-complete function and are directly available to you when you compose a message. The address book is divided into three core areas: Navigation,Listing and View Area.
The left-hand area is used to manage your contacts, similar to the folder management in the messages tab. Here you will find the button "All contacts" to list all your address book entries and all system groups. Under "my groups" you have the option of creating your own groups.
The centre area always lists those contacts that belong to a selected group. By default, all contacts are always listed when the address book is opened.
The largest area is the view or selection area of the address book. As soon as you select a contact with a click, all information about this contact is displayed. The information is divided into general, i.e. standard information, private and business information. From here you can edit the contact or use it for other purposes. If you select some or all of the contacts in the list using the checkboxes in the list area, the contacts are also displayed in a business card overview in the selection area for further use.