Get Your Addresses in Order with White Pages Mailer

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There is always one thing that happens right about Thanksgiving that never fails, I am repeatedly asked about my address. Whether it is by phone call, text message, email or social media – someone is always asking for my address for their Holiday cards. I’m sure you have seen at least one person update their Facebook Status with, “If you want a Holiday Card this year, send me your address!” I now have the perfect solution to the mailing address dilemma! White Pages Mailer.

This is one of the most useful tools to create a master list of addresses that has some pretty cool features. First of all, it imports from Facebook! That’s where everyone happens to be, friends, family, neighbors, people you haven’t seen since second grade… they’re all there! All you have to do is approve the WhitePages Mailer app and it will do the rest of the work for you.

importing addresses for mailing labels

Once it imports everyone in your known universe, you can send requests for verification to everyone you are unsure about. It allows you to do this for up to 50 friends at a time.

WhitePages Mailer profiles

Alan Smithee is not my friend, but we’re going to use him for an example. First of all, after it imports it gives you the list of everyone that is your friend. If you click their name it will bring up their profile with their address and options to change that friends group, view their info on WhitePages, remove them or the address as a wrong address. It will also show you a map of where they are!

Note: The Friends Groups they are assigned to are for your exported list. This way you can make sure to send only to the people that you want and not have a list of everyone you happened to friend that day.

Once you have verified the addresses of the people you want to mail Holiday Cards to, all you have to do is choose which way you are going to Export your list. This depends on whether or not you are going to write the addresses out long hand or just use address labels. WhitePages Mailer actually exports to Avery Mailing Labels! So you can pick some up on your way out for wrapping paper and already be set to print!

exporting addresses for avery labels

If you aren’t going to use Avery Labels, then you can just export to a regular spreadsheet. It comes up on my computer as Excel and is very neatly done.

You can also add directly from WhitePages, just in case someone hasn’t figured out Facebook yet (like Gramma). 

The benefits are obvious. First of all, you can stop bugging people every time there is a holiday, birthday or event; you can verify their address once and you have it stored for everything. You don’t have to worry about putting out status messages for weeks up until the big day or having to call people you don’t really want to talk to, but are required by etiquette law to send a holiday card.

So whether you are that person sending out messages for addresses or are the victim of random address update attacks, this is a time savor. The next time you see that message, just send them this post on how to set up their own WhitePages Mailer!

You’re welcome. 🙂

Connect: See what else is new with WhitePages by visiting their Facebook Page and/or @WhitePages on Twitter.


I received a thank you gift for this post. All opinions are my own and are not influenced by any form of compensation. (But may be influenced by people bugging me about my address.)


  1. I have addresses stored in my e-mail. I think this looks handy.

  2. Right now I keep them in a spreadsheet. I think I would use mailer at some point. I like that you can print right onto avery labels.

  3. Jennifer Young says:

    I currently have a word document with all of my addresses. I think the Whitepages looks nice though!

  4. Nicole Larsen says:

    I have my addresses printed on a paper for xmas cards every year. This Whitepages mailer looks like it would help out a lot!

  5. I use an Excel spreadsheet and an email contact list. The wp mailer might be pretty easy. Would have to try it to see which method I liked best.

  6. In an old fashioned address book.

  7. William Bee says:

    My phone is where I keep addresses and numbers. I had one situation where I lost everything because the phone’s display was broken. I could have retrieved it from the store where I purchased it. I haven’t used the white pages mailer ever I doubt I ever would.

  8. Renee Walters says:

    I have a list of addresses & phone number on an Excel spreadsheet. I haven’t used the white pages mailer. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway and happy holidays!

  9. Yoga Mommy says:

    I have all my contacts in my cell phone. I think the white pages program would work well for those who have many different email addreses and wanted to get them together in one place.

  10. Super Blogger Girl! says:

    I have an old fashioned address book!

  11. I have addresses stored through gmail, but the white pages program would be great too!

  12. I use the Google contacts client. White Pages would be handy for sure!

  13. Stephanie Larison says:

    I have most peoples info in my email. If there’s one I don’t have I use



  15. Most of them are stored in my phone/email contacts — I do like the idea of the white pages mailer though.

  16. Anonymous says:

    I have a notebook, but I rarely ever update it, so I know it is not very accurate

    morganowl28 at gmail dot com

  17. White Pages looks like it would help a lot. I currently write down all my addresses in my agenda but the pages filled up so it’s getting all sloppy!

  18. Kari Flores says:

    I don’t know if you would call it organized but my addresses are all written down on the back of a calendar from 2004.

  19. Samii Alexxis says:

    I think it is a good idea. I currently keep them in my cell phone.

  20. Julie Jones says:

    I organize mine in a notebook but it gets outdated constantly. I love how it imports from facebook.

  21. coriwestphal says:

    I have an old school address book! It think this is a great idea and a great way to save time searching thru a book or scraps of paper, or envelopes from last year, looking for return addresses!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  22. Susan Smoaks says:

    i organize addresses in my outlook address book

    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

  23. cassandra says:

    I have my information saved in microsoft word! I think that this way is much better and seems easier.
    fb: rab pom

  24. Amy Delong says:

    all over and it is a great idea

  25. I put everything in my phone. Failing that. it’s written down. Somewhere… I like the idea of the White Pages mailer because sometimes i feel awkward asking/giving addresses.

  26. I store everything on my iphone.

  27. Miranda Ward says:

    I have them in a address book

  28. I use an old school address book.
    This is a neat idea though.

  29. Melinda Elizabeth says:

    The white pages mailer is brilliant. I currently just use a regular old notebook!

  30. Carolyn Daley says:

    I have a written address book, but I think using Whitepage mailer would help me stay up to date and allow me easier access if I misplace my book.

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