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I doubt that you're still looking for an answer to this 6 months later, but here goes: The Twinkle SIP client supports executing a script when an incoming call is received and I'm sure many others do as well. To get something like this working in Twinkle, you'd write a script like the one below, then go into Edit->User Profile->Scripts and select ...


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I found http://www.phoner.de/index_en.htm does this. Options -> External Application and then run a .bat file with something like: [InternetShortcut] URL=http://www.google.com/id=%1


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You could dial from Google voice and have it ring your skype phone. First you will have to add you skype number to Google voice. From Google voice hit call, enter the number you want to call, select your skype number from the drop down list and hit connect Google voice will call your skype number and connect you with the number you called, they will see ...


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I could easily see this as being due to a configuration mistake with something that allows you to enter your number and doesn't verify what you did. I'm going to guess it was supposed to be 702-347-605?, a Las Vegas, Nevada number. Someone put the leading 1 when they shouldn't have and then lost the last digit because they were only allowed 10.


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Yes, Yes, just disable caller ID in your account page/SKYPEOUT number http://forum.skype.com/index.php?showtopic=113832


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These trunk providers can indeed send anything to the telephone network, but whether they allow you to select the number is based on their own policy. But in the case you asked, where you provide your phone number and the destination number, they have to actually ring your phone first before they connect the destination, so this is kind of authentication. ...


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There is a program, called CallClerk, that does this (I wrote it). In short you simply need to turn on the reverse look up function and after that when a call comes in your browser will open with the url you define. For more information please see: http://www.callclerk.com/phone/hlpCallClerkSettingsReverseLookup.html Of course you also need a modem that ...


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Take a look at Sobolsoft. I do not know anything about the company or their software, but if it does what it says, it is what you are asking for. It was the only bulk solution I was able to find. In the future, it might be a good idea to keep a phone log as you go.


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You need to look for a database for your local country, or perhaps ask your ISP. If no such database exists then you could opt to OCR a phone book, in case there is no electronic version available. Alternatively, a call log with such information could do the job, most only contain phone numbers though. Some might not give information to you out of privacy ...


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What you need is a Reverse Phone Lookup API. There are several out there however I have yet to see one that is free for the volumes you are looking for or is not some form of closed alpha/beta.


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This will only work if the caller has CLIP enabled. Have a look here: http://www.activexperts.com/mmtoolkit/at/commands/?at=%2BCLIP where the describe the AT+CLIP - Calling line identification presentation command. This will most probably work with your modem too.


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I am not sure if Gigaset C1 works with both DTMF and FSK modulations. You may need to switch between them in your AX-112W config and see what works. Try to connect another Caller ID capable device, to make sure that you get Caller ID data from your AX-112W at all (if you do, then might be an incompatibility between AX-112W and Gigaset C1).


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Actually the caller id can be almost anything, not just numbers. I've seen some callerid numbers come into our asterisk server from the upstream provider that are clearly wrong though. e.g. 6464. 64 is the NZ country code. For some reason they plonked it on twice! I've also seen big long sequences of numbers come in that were also clearly wrong. Again, ...


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There are VoIP apps that will allow you to spoof your outgoing ID with a simple settings change; it doesn't yet appear to be illegal.



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