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Windows Caller ID program. Can be a DDE server.
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Windows Caller ID program. Can be a DDE server.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CALLERID.EXE 38198 13498 deflated
CALLERID.HLP 19465 11833 deflated
DDEML.DLL 39424 19399 deflated
INICON2.VBX 10304 5025 deflated
MSAFINX.DLL 31744 13826 deflated
README.TXT 1678 857 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


This program is shareware with a free 30 day trial period. The program
supports Caller ID hardware from multiple suppliers but has only been completely
tested using Supra modems. It supports Caller ID with names. It also has been
tested on both US and Canadian "multiple page" telephone systems. Besides
displaying the calling information, it also logs this info to a comma
delimited text file for possible later use. The program also functions
as a DDE server and thus may send the received data to any Windows
application that can function as a client.

I am currently building in database support for those areas that do not offer
Caller ID with names. Using this feature, the user can associate a name with a
calling number and thus have a name display.

Any updates to the executable will also be made available here. The file
VBRUN300.DLL is required to run this program. VBRUN300.DLL is available on
CIS, GO MSBASIC, Lib 1. The file you would need to download is called
VBRUN3.EXE.

Should you have any problems with this program or should you like to see changes
or other hardware supported, please contact me via CIS EMAIL at the address
shown below.

Thank You.

Stephen Moore
[70412,1750]


CallerID requires the following files for proper operation:

CALLERID.EXE
CALLERID.HLP
VBRUN300.DLL
MSAFINX.DLL
DDEML.DLL
INICON2.VBX

Installation guidelines:

Create a subdirectory for CallerID.EXE and CallerID.HLP and place these two files
there. This subdirectory may have any name you like. All of the other files
including both the *.DLL and the *.VBX file should be placed in your
Windows\System subdirectory.


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