Java Contactor is a cross-platform, contact management, scheduling and email marketing tool. Java Contactor runs on all these platforms: Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, Sun, AIX, Linux, BSD, HP-UX.


Email Marketing Software - Use the Java Contactor software to manage your email marketing campaigns.

Small Business CRM Software - Manage your customer relationships through email and publishing calendars of events.

Print Address Labels - Conduct direct marketing campaigns and print standard Avory mail labels.

Do It Yourself Email Marketing - Create professional email marketing campaigns by yourself.

Small Business Database - Store contact, calendar and password data.

Contact Management Software - Maintain customer segments in a fully customizable contact management software package.

Email Newsletter - Create and distribute email newsletters to reach your customers regularly.

Password Manager - Maintain unique, hard to guess passwords to safeguard your assets.

Small Business Email Marketing - Keep your customers informed about your products and services.

Java Contactor - Password Manager

The Java Contactor is a password manager that saves passwords in an encrypted database. This allows individuals and small businesses to maintain separate, hard-to-guess passwords for every site that you go to in order to protect your identity and safeguard your assets. Download a copy of the Java Contactor and get started today.

Java Contactor (v) 4 for Microsoft Windows
Java Contactor (v) 4 for Mac OSX
Java Contactor (v) 3 UNIX

Quick start with the Java Contactor password manager

For a quick start to using the Java Contactor password manager, follow the links below to get started.

Important Note About Using the Password Database
Using the Password database for the first time
Passwords Window
Password Menu Items
When you need to answer more questions about how to use other features of the Java Contactor, please see the extensive help section.

Why use a password manager?

Morningstar recommends protecting your passwords to avoid identity theft and using a password manager is the easy way to do it. Online identity theft is on the rise and as the number of password-protected sites that you visit grow, your risk of identity theft increases. If you always use the same password, then as soon as a thief guesses that password, then all the other password protected sites are immediately in jeopardy. Online thieves often use password-cracking programs, which use common word and identity combinations. Protect yourself by having different passwords for each online site and make those passwords very hard to guess, for example use at least 1 number, 1 punctuation character, a combination of upper and lowercase characters and don't use words in any language. Using the Java Contactor as a password manager allows you to type random keyboard characters that no one would ever remember, not even you. That's the safe way to manage passwords.