Windows 95/98/NT caller ID software.
Version:Who's Calling is Windows 95+ caller ID software. It is very user friendly
License: Free To Try $25.00
Operating System: Windows
and has many user definable properties. All cid data strings are user definable
which means that the software can be used in any country.
A modem that supports caller ID.
A caller ID service on your telephone line.
Windows 95 or greater.
486dx-100 or greater
16 meg ram or greater.
A windows compatable soundcard (Optional)
How Who's Calling works:-
Who's Calling stores your phone numbers in a phonebook database and
upon matching an incoming phonenumber or name with a number or name
in your phonebook alerts you as to the callers identity.
Who's Calling can get your attention in various ways:-
It can display a flashing banner of incoming caller details on your
monitor, play individual sound files for every phonebook entry, Pop up a
floating user quick info page on identified callers, Bring up status screens
on incoming calls, Send you email or winpopup messages to your lan.
A few features of Who's Calling are:-
An external phonebook viewer/editor.
Floating toolbar and smaller status screen so you don't need the main program
taking up your desktop space.
Full featured selectable call and program logging.
Imports Eudora Mailer addressbooks.
Imports and exports MSOutlook addressbooks.
Handles your dial up networking connections by automatically stopping
and starting monitoring when connecting and disconnecting.
Can run external programs such as hyperterm by automatically stopping
and starting monitoring when opening and closing external programs.
An internal phone dialer.
Saves records of incoming calls so you will never again suffer from lost
business or information.
Assign individual sound files to each phonebook record which can be played
to alert you to the callers identity. Pop up a floating caller info page
whenever a callers indentity is established.