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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Vista Caller-ID Add-in for Windows Home Server

image I ran across some interesting software today called Vista Caller-ID. The software runs on Vista client computers and Media Center PCs and displays a picture and the phone number of the caller (a pouty blonde in this case).

The WHS Add-in allows you to centralize Caller ID history and remotely view your Caller ID log.

Check out Vista Caller-ID and get a free download here.

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Vicken said...

Very very cool and works great.
Now i only need bluetooth support.

Donavon West said...

@vicken - I completely agree. My car has bluetooth support and I want my computer to do the same.

Angel said...
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ANGEL said...

Do you know a USB modem with Caller ID that works in Home Server?

Maceie said...

Just got Etec USB modem working on WHS

Shows as Conexant UCM92 Data Fax RTAM USB Modem in Device Manager. Bought mine of eBay for a few £.

I did have to modify the driver to get Caller ID working in the Uk (and to install on WHS) though.
Happy to share the driver if required.

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