Al Nye the Lawyer Guy just posted a positive review of Anagram. I’m sure many of your Outlooks contacts look like mine, with just a name and an e-mail address. You can right click on the sender’s name in an e-mail and add it to your Contacts, but you have to type (or copy and paste) the address, phone, fax and other fields in the Contact fields individually. We should do that, but often don’t. Sometimes I paste a whole signature block into the big space at the botton of a Contact. Al says Anagram does a great job of streamlining this by capturing highlighted text and inserting it in all the right fields automatically. With a 45 day free trial and a price tag of $19.95, this may be a great tool to power up your Contacts (or Palm.)