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Alexander 'Sascha' Fichtner
CallMan is an integrated phone dialer, logfile analyzer, and cost
CallMan uses MUI.
CallMan saves you the time looking for your address book. CallMan allows
you to save the essential informations (incl. phone number) on your
friends/relatives/etc. in a (quite primitive) database. Using a modem
connected to your Amiga you can now let CallMan dial up any of these
persons. As soon as dialing has been completed the phone call will be
passed on to your telephone. The most important informations on each phone
call (date, time, duration, conversation partner) will be saved to a
CallMan can later analyze this logfile. You can view a list of all phone
calls, the total time of all calls, and their total costs. You can
restrict the analysis to a certain timespan and to a certain conversation
Furthermore CallMan can switch to "TelephoneBill" mode, calculating the
total costs of your phone calls within regular (free adjustable) intervals.
As a bonus CallMan can analyze the ASCII logfiles of the TCP/IP stack
Miami, the terminal programs NComm, Term, the fax software MultiFax, and
the BTX software MultiTerm/Kit. Their costs will be added to your total
- device name, unit and serial speed are now configurable
- supports "OwnDevUnit.library"
- user now can specify an (almost) unlimited number of modem
logfiles to be scanned; their individual costs will be summed
up to the total modem costs
- new logfile scanners: NComm/Term, Multifax
- rates files now support additional costs for e.g. Internet
- several bug fixes
- Requires: AmigaOS 3.0, MUI 3.3+, 1 MByte RAM, a Hayes-
compatible modem and a telephone hooked to the same phone
- Recommended: AmigaOS 3.1, hard drive, additional memory, and
Available via FTP from Aminet sites. e.g.
Shareware registration fee is $15 or DM20 (or equivalent).
Shareware. Archive is freely distributable.
CallMan is Copyright (C) Alexander 'Sascha' Fichtner 1997