Extended services for the dialup user including internet access & incoming calls
DialServer adds a unique set of extra dialup services to Windows XP.
It includes extra handling for your Internet connections and managing any Incoming calls all tied together with an in-built scheduler.
DialServer also has a set of actions that can be run, either from the scheduler or from an event such as connect / disconnect from the Internet or from a special incoming trigger call.
For example with the scheduler, events and actions you can:
Set up a schedule when the Internet connection is available.
Locking it when its not available.
Automatically connect/disconnect to the Internet at predefined times.
When Internet connects, automatically update a web site or send an email with a current link to your system. (Web site, Home automation, remote desktop, etc)
Record statistics for Internet use to check against your ISP usage.
When a special incoming trigger call is received from you, run an action that connects to Internet for 30 minutes.
DialServer includes some special handling for incoming calls:
Lookup of caller information in a global windows address book
Display or speak caller information on local and remote Windows systems.
(The remote systems can be Windows 98, ME, 2000 & XP )
Route incoming calls to the correct application ( fax, answerphone, remote
access ) depending on the criteria; Time, Day of week, Distinctive ring and
Configure unanswered calls as trigger calls to run actions using same
criteria as routing a call plus the maximum number of rings.
Support for multiple incoming lines.
Plus many other features!!
* Operating System requirement: WinXP, Windows2003
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