AdiumBook
AdiumBook
1.5

3.1

AdiumBook free download for Mac

AdiumBook

1.5
11 March 2009

Sync Adium and Apple Address Book.

Overview

AdiumBook is a free Mac OS X bridge application between Adium and Address Book, used to search, manage and keep your contacts in sync.

Manage:

  • Add Adium contacts to Address Book.
  • Update card's information using Adium data.

Search:

  • Find an Adium contact in Address Book.
  • Find an Address Book contact in Adium.
  • Full text search for both applications.

Reports:

  • Listing of contacts grouped by IM service.
  • Contacts with no picture.
  • Contacts present in Adium but not in Address Book.
  • Contacts present in Address Book but not in Adium.

What's new in AdiumBook

Version 1.5:
  • Fixed compatibility issues, now works with Adium 1.3 and newer.
  • Fixed the display of Adium pictures, which wasn't working for some contacts. (closes  issue #19 )
  • New reports:
    • Adium contacts with AIM/Mac
    • Adium contacts with ICQ
    • Adium contacts with MSN
    • Adium contacts with Yahoo!
    • Adium contacts with Jabber/GTalk
    • Adium contacts with other IM
    • Adium contacts with picture
    • Adium contacts without picture
    • Address Book contacts with picture
  • Added automatic software update, provided by Sparkle. (closes  issue #14 )
  • We're back to the standard About panel, featuring:
    • the release version number (1.5)
    • the SVN revision number (48)
    • a link to the AdiumBook sources
    • pretty credits with donators names
  • Service icons (ICQ, AIM, MSN, etc) were updated to match the new Adium icons.
  • New menu item AdiumBook > i use this.
  • Improved Help contents.
  • AdiumBook is now packaged as a ZIP file instead DMG, to keep things simple.

This release took me 29 work hours to be made. I hope you like it!

6 AdiumBook Reviews

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resuna
02 March 2008

Most helpful

Rather annoying that it requires Leopard when Adium itself runs fine on Tiger. What is it doing that actually requires features of Leopard?
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Version 1.3.1
Penguirl
11 March 2009
The listing at Google shows that AdiumBook 1.5 does run on Tiger and Leopard, and it does work on my G5 2.0DP running 10.4.11 so apparently it's mismarked here on MacUpdate. Having said that, it's functionality is limited. There were Address Book contacts that it would not see, and Adium contacts that it did see that I deleted years ago. Sometimes it would not allow me to copy a picture from Adium to AB, and it doesn't let you copy a picture from AB to Adium (although you can do this in Adium preferences). It's statistics said that it saved me 16 minutes, but I think that's over optimistic. Also, after I authorized it to check for updates it froze and I had to relaunch it. Overall it is useful, but not quite as useful as I had hoped.
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Version 1.5
resuna
02 March 2008
Rather annoying that it requires Leopard when Adium itself runs fine on Tiger. What is it doing that actually requires features of Leopard?
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Version 1.3.1
3 answer(s)
Ozean
Ozean
02 March 2008
As you can see in the “Whats new” section, this version of AdiumBook had to be completely rewritten for Adium 1.2 - which is Leopard only: “Code updated to support the new Adium version 1.2 (Leopard only by now”. It also says that for Adium 1.2 the scripting part of Adium has undergone major changes…
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Version 1.3.1
Ozean
Ozean
02 March 2008
oops, sorry, just checked and realized that Adium 1.2.x runs under Tiger too. My fault - no idea why AdiumBook then runs under Leopard only. Perhaps because of changes to Address Book and it being too hard to support both Tiger and Leopard Address Book?
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Version 1.3.1
Penguirl
Penguirl
11 March 2009
Adium is the only contextual chat client I use and I was looking forward to trying AdiumBook so sync contacts I have in Adium but not in Address Book. Unfortunately I can't do this because AdiumBook requires Leopard. That really is too bad. Why do so many 3rd party apps these days only support one version of the OS? Used to be that most 3rd party apps would support 10.2, 10.3, and 10.4 all at once. What gives with 10.5? Is it something Apple has done in the background to "encourage" people to "upgrade" to Leopard? Is this some sort of agreement between Apple and shareware/commercial developers?
Like (2)
Version 1.5
Furbybrain
16 January 2006
I use this to put all my MSN contacts in Address Book. Very useful, considering I'm not stupid enough to use Hotmail. Great app. The controls were a little bit confusing at first- maybe you should add instructions or something?
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Version 1.1
Arponn
12 December 2005
Great software! Adium features are growing everyday! Now I can easily synchronize my buddies with my address book. Thx!
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Version 1.1
Starmanta
11 December 2005
May I ask what the point of this program is? Adium already syncs its contacts with the address book.
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Version 1.1
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Penguirl
Penguirl
11 March 2009
Adium imports contacts from Address Book but it does not sync contacts with Address Book. Big difference.
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Version 1.5
Vitalis
11 December 2005
Funny feature would be to just drag 'n' drop all the info onto the right places, like the arrows on your site seem to point out ^^ Quite nifty looking further :)
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Version 1.1
Free

3.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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