Call Corder records telephone conversations to your computer's
hard disk. To insure legal recording it can play a legal disclaimer prior to the recording
(mainly for use in business environment). Call Corder stores calls as standard Windows sound files, adding a memo to allow
call navigation. Call Corder can record conversations as long as your hard disk
can store. Call Corder is Caller ID compatible so there is no need to type numbers and names of calling parties.
The software has an option to start recording from a telephone line automatically whenever a receiver is put off. The program is compatible with Windows 98, ME, and Windows NT and 2000.
Providing you have a PC and a voice modem, you can use it to record any phone conversation such as business discussions, negotiations, or just conversations. Call Corder has an option to send your recorded conversation by e-mail, attaching a sound file and a memo.
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Windows-compatible application for recording calls from the telephone
Record calls to a hard disk as Windows sound files
Add memo to important calls
Record all calls automatically when a receiver is off-hook
Maximum recording time limited only by size of your hard disk
Call Corder is compatible with Caller ID service, which means that when an incoming cal occurs the program automatically displays caller's number and name.
Caller ID is generally a paid subscription service and is not normally included to the basic telephone service package. Caller ID is available in most countries (and certainly in the US, Canada, Australia...).
The software is able to forward recorded and annotated calls by e-mail as WAV attachment.
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