New VoIP Call Recording Software for Mac OS X

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New VoIP Call Recording Software for Mac OS X

Tomorrow, Arcosoft will release VONaLink SoloRecord, a new VoIP call recording software program for Mac OS X. VONaLink SoloRecord for Mac OS X works with any VoIP phone system utilizing the SIP standard to record calls and to provide screen pops. SIP-based IP-PBXs, such as Cisco Call Manager, or pbxnSIP or even home broadband VoIP services such as Vonage or Packet8 that utilize the SIP standard will work with this call recording software.

Also available is a separate ScreenPop product, if recording is not required. SoloRecord and ScreenPop were previously available only for Windows. The call is recorded as a stereo WAV or MP3. An inaudible watermark can be added to the recording for later verification that the file has not been changed.
Using the CallerID of the incoming call, SoloRecord searches for the caller in Address Book, or launches custom applications to search the web or company database. If the caller is found, the information is popped on the screen, thereby increasing the productivity of the user.
Unwanted callers can be added to the reject list. Integration with Vonage Click2Call allows outbound calls to be placed by clicking in the call log within the VONaLink application.
SoloRecord and ScreenPop are universal binaries that run on Mac OS X 10.3 and later. Prices are $99 USD for SoloRecord, and $29 USD for ScreenPop. Evaluation downloads are available from

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