SmartCallMonitor is the new phone client software for TAPI capable hardware like a telephone system or an ISDN card (please note: SmartCallMonitor requires TAPI drivers). It also monitors calls using a NCID (Network caller ID) server (which is provided by a VoIP-Box (like FRITZ!Box). It automatically tries to match incoming phone calls with data stored in your Microsoft Outlook and Google contacts to provide you with information about the caller (e.g. name, address etc.). The information will be shown in a neatly arranged datasheet.
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SmartCallMonitor works just like a switchboard: accept, end, make, broker, and even put calls on hold - you have the total control at the touch of a button.
A global hotkey enables you to copy a phone number from any other program to the SmartCallMonitor.
If SmartCallMonitor cannot find matching information about the caller in your MS Outlook or Google contacts, it can use an internet reverse search service to obtain information about the caller (via "MSN.WhitePages.com"). With just one click, you can start a Google search directly from the monitoring software to look for further information about a call (e.g. the company's website). The detailed view shows you all information about the selected entry at a glance.
SmartCallMonitor provides an integrated address book allowing you to store caller information. Contacts can be added automatically - sit back and let your list of contacts grow with each new call.
With SmartCallMonitor you always know who is calling. In the integrated journal, you can filter missed calls or specifically search for a contact or a number in the call log. Answered calls can be registered in the Outlook Journal.