Call Alert! 1.0
Call Alert! enables your PC to recognize the caller without the need to answer by announcing Caller ID information with voice, alerting you immediately when a new call arrives. Supports talking Caller ID, Call Block, and Windows XP style tooltips.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||0.53 MB ( 540 KB )|
|Published||Jun 22, 2004 (14 years ago)|
|Updated||Dec 14, 2013 (4 years ago)|
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Call Alert! enables your PC to recognize the caller without the need to answer. Call Alert! employs Caller ID service provided by your phone company, alerting you immediately when a new call arrives. Call Alert! notifies you of the call details unobtrusively by displaying a graphical tool-tip in the Windows taskbar, near the system clock.
It will optionally play back a ring sound, which can be customized depending on who's calling. You can always choose to disable all sound alerts whatsoever, or, for example, only ring if an important person is calling.
With Call Alert!, you can block telemarketers (or any other unwelcome callers) easily: simply select whole or any part of a telephone number, and add it to the "black list". Call Alert! will recognize such callers, and disconnect them automatically after just one ring. When an unwanted call arrives, the phone is simply disconnected.
Call Alert! uses latest technology to achieve smoothest, fastest operation. The software uses newest Microsoft text-to-speech (TTS) development for better quality voice announces.
Call Alert! will work on most PCs. It does not require an expensive voice modem; usually, any modem that is already installed in your computer will do.
- Speaks caller's name and number with a text-to-speech (TTS) voice;
- Plays a unique ring sound or melody;
- Displays caller's picture or opens its respective file (third-party CRM application);
- Runs an external application and passes Caller ID information;
- Forwards call details to a pre-defined e-mail address.
|Requirements:||Caller ID compatible modem. Caller ID service.|
|Release Info:||New Release on May 07, 2004|
|Release Notes:||Initial Release|
|Related Tags:||call alert caller id call alert telephone|
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