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Quickly send group email and text messages! How cool would it be to quickly invite all of your poker buddies over next Friday night?

Let's face it the address book that comes with the iPhone is wonderful, but it lacks a few features. Wouldn't it be nice to add a group using Address Book Plus to help you find names and address and phones numbers faster?

You could make a group that has a listing of all of your friends. You could make a group that lists all of your clients or work contacts. The options are endless, but it certainly makes finding names that much quicker and easier.

Quickly send group email and text messages! How cool would it be to quickly invite all of your poker buddies over next Friday night?

Let's face it the address book that comes with the iPhone is wonderful, but it lacks a few features. Wouldn't it be nice to add a group using Address Book Plus to help you find names and address and phones numbers faster?

You could make a group that has a listing of all of your friends. You could make a group that lists all of your clients or work contacts. The options are endless, but it certainly makes finding names that much quicker and easier.

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Roughly speaking, our Address Validation Plus service provides data that comes from two separate sources: a source that verifies the mailing address and a source that provides the geocode coordinates for the given input. Each of these parts of the AVP service draws data from separate sources to make its own conclusions about a given input. The address validation part of the service tends to be more strict in how it analyzes addresses than the geocode part. This can sometimes result in an input address being recognized as invalid by the address verification part of the service, while the geocode part provides a street level match(the most specific coordinates available) for the same input. The takeaway from this circumstance is that the USPS may not recognize the given input as a valid mailing address but the geocode coordinates provided are accurate.