Intellisync: Phone Edition, by Pumatech, is software that lets you transfer the numbers in your cell phone to your Outlook contacts, and vice versa. Users can configure how they want to share information by specifying parameters for synchronization, or by setting up filters through which you choose categories of contacts for syncing.I found using the software simple. Once you've configured your preferences, it works with literally the click of one button. Installation was a little more arduous. Twice when I was in the middle of it, a warning window popped up telling me: "There is no guarantee that this software works correctly with Windows." I was using a compatible operating system, Windows 2000, and phone, Motorola V60, so this is a kink Pumatech needs to work out. I went ahead with the installation anyway, and it ended up working perfectly, but more cautious users might not be as willing to take the risk. The verdict: The installation process could use tweaking, but overall, this is a great way of managing multiple contact lists. Any questions? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org Sara Calabro writes Toy Box. She is a New York-based staff reporter for PRWeek ----- Price $70 ($34.95 for the software, and $34.95 for the connector cable) Available at pumatech.com, RCS Computer Experience, J&R, Datavision, and Fry's Specs Works with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP. It supports certain Motorola, Nokia, LG, and Samsung phones.