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Mindblower
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July 30, 2009 - 7:54 pm
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You'll need the following FIRST. Caller ID from your telephone provider and the old fashioned (internal) modems (56k) and you need to leave the computer on with software installed (connection to internet is an option).

This software is truly a gem (I've not played with all the features) and still 100% recommend it. If you ever wanted to BLOCK certain unwanted callers, with this you can do so. You don't even need to know their NUMBER (because the show up as Private or Blocked or UNknown). There is an option to Zap these callers. You can even Zap specific known numbers. By Zap, after just one ring, you can send them a message (from those given or record your own), and relax (ideal if you have your own answering machine and enjoy screening your calls). Almost forgot to include the link, Mindblower!
http://www.phonetray.com/

"Light travels faster than sound;
That is why some people seem bright until you hear them speak"

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Chad Johnson
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You'll need the following FIRST. Caller ID from your telephone provider and the old fashioned (internal) modems (56k) and you need to leave the computer on with software installed (connection to internet is an option).[/quote:3jqwxnet]

Will this work for my cell phone? It has caller ID.

LoL

Seriously -- I used this program about 10 years ago and it was kinda fun and quirky, but then my cell phone took over as my primary phone and i haven't looked back.

Still, for those with land lines, this may be a useful tool to keep - assuming they've only made it better in 10 years.

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David Hartsock
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I'm cell phone only also, but for those with a landline this is a jewel. Thanks Mindblower!

BTW, Google Voice will be available soon. It has some of the exact same features plus a few additions.

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