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.
Description: No more expensive and bulky hardware â€“ CT Messenger 2.0 provides a set of scriptable COM objects that enable a Windows or Web application to bring important information to its users in the form of text pages, phone calls or SMS messages via any TAPI compliant hardware including a voice modem or telephony card. Unlike other programs of this type, CT Messenger uses software DSP algorithms for detecting the type of response (busy, no answer, voice answer). CT Messenger software does not rely on the answer detection capabilities of the underlying hardware, and it works with inexpensive voice modems.
CT Messenger 2.0 (Mint Components Inc.) is a component software solution designed to help developers to easily add over-the-phone notification, paging, and SMS functionality to their applications. CT Messenger Developer's Toolkit provides a set of scriptable COM objects (TAPI ActiveX) for sending voice messages to a standard phone over any TAPI compliant hardware including a voice modem or telephony card. The same objects are used to send text messages to a pager or SMS-enabled cell phone. TAPI ActiveX objects from CT messenger can be used in Visual Basic (VB) or Visual C++ (VC).
All you have to do is create a call tree with message consisting of some text or the names of pre-recorded voice files (or both), one or more numbers to call, call time interval, etc., and submit it for processing to CT Messenger Server. The call will be scheduled and processed with a detailed report generated automatically. A report will bring information on the time and duration of the call, the type of answer detected, and the keys pressed by the recipient of the call.
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