This is an updated version of our original Caller Id application.
It was built with the latest version of the EZTapiAPI SDK. Other design changes include a new user's interface. The EZCallerId runs as a hidden application appearing only as an icon in the Windows Taskbar when the main application window is closed. The main application window, shown to the right, appears automatically when a new call is recognized. If caller id information is available then the main window will be updated to display the caller's name, phone number, and the time that the call was received. See the product documentation for more information; then download your copy of this Freeware application today.
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