SmartCallMonitor Free

Phone Monitoring Freeware

Simplify Your Daily Office Life for Free

SmartCallMonitor Free provides instant call identification and at a glance delivers caller data from multiple sources. You only need TAPI-capable hardware such as ISDN cards, telephone systems, etc., devices that have an NCID (Network Caller ID) server, such as FRITZ! box or CallerID-capable components. These devices can be just modems, fax or mobile phones.

The free phone monitoring software runs on Windows Vista and upwards.

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Integrated Address Book
Incoming and outgoing calls are automatically transferred to the integrated address book at your request.
Automatic Reverse Lookup
The search for caller information is done in your Outlook and Google contacts, in online services and directly on Google.
Information at a Glance
On every incoming phone call, a pop-up window with the caller's data will be displayed immediately above the Windows system tray.

If You Need More...

Do you need 2 TAPI lines and more or additional sophisticated functions for your company, such as powerful statistics, connection to customer databases or a remote client setup? We offer you a professional telephony solution which can be exactly tailored according to your needs!

Get a modern telephony system without high acquisition and maintenance costs!

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SmartCallMonitor Free

Powerful reverse lookup
Unlimited TAPI lines
Meaningful statistics
Integration with CRM system or customer database
Remote client setup
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SmartCallMonitor Professional

Powerful reverse lookup
Unlimited TAPI lines
Meaningful statistics
Integration with CRM system or customer database
Remote client setup

References

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More Information and Documents

The Online Manual, FAQ section and the Changelog are identical with the professional version of SmartCallMonitor. Please look explicitly at the note "Freeware".