Today, when an average person may have hundreds of contacts, their proper categorization and management becomes a task that is hard to handle without a proper tool. If you like keeping your contacts organized and don’t want to store them online in a cloud service of any sort, you will definitely like Contact Contacts!
Contact Contacts is an ultra-portable, convenient and reliable that is free to download and use. Offering an intuitive interface with just the necessary controls, it enables users to create, delete, modify and search contacts in no time. Apart from this, the software supports importing and exporting of contacts, creation of multiple contact categories and configuration of the contacts view. Contact Contacts also supports bulk emails and SMS messages, which makes it extremely easy to invite people to a party or send a group notification. The program was created to be 100% portable, so it can be copied to any portable drive — and with built-in 256-bit database encryption, you will not put your contacts at risk! You can also protect the program with a password to keep your contacts away from prying eyes. Supporting Windows XP, Vista and 7, the product requires absolutely no additional libraries or components.
If you need a compact, reliable and easy to use tool for storing, backing up and managing your contacts, as well as sending bulk emails and text messages, Contact Contacts is exactly won’t you need — and you won’t have to spend a penny on it, since it comes absolutely free of charge!
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