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Version 1.4.15
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Plugins - Addressbook ContactClean
Category: Addressbook

powered by ContactClean
Adds a link at the bottom of your address book so you can check how up-to-date your contacts are.

If you click on that link a one-way hash encoded version of your addressbook is created (so your contacts remain secret) and these keys are checked against the ContactClean ECOA (Email Change Of Address) database. If there are matches your addressbook is updated with the new contact along with suitable comments.

Also adds a link into your Personal Properties page so you can easily register any old email addresses of your own.

Send any questions/bug fixes/reports/enhancements to: admin@contactclean.com


Version 3.3.1
by Ian Rogers on Aug 8, 2007
[ contactclean-3.3.1-1.4.4.tar.gz tarball (2921 d/l) Help ]
Requires: 1.4.4

Description:
New Branch: Updated for new soap client and account-key system in revamped ContactClean.com.

Versions prior to 3.00 will soon be deprecated and stop working!

Also:

  • Relaxed requirement to SM 1.4.4
  • Stylistic and SM API fixes
    • uses sq_change_text_domain()
    • requires the compatibility plugin to provide sq_change_text_domain
    • XHTML fixes

Older versions

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