Caller ID that works out of the box!

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CGrimes Offline
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Just thought I'd share with some of you my recent findings as I've seen this pop up in the past,

I've been looking for a decent winows based caller ID tool that supports bluetooth, and triggers popups in XBMC.
Best I could find for bluetooth was over at http://w7callerid.com, but it didn't allow any kind of scripting. I contacted the developer through his forum and after a couple of days of pleading, it now supports VBS scripting and HTTP calls. I have a dongle on my home server with two phones paired, added a VBS script to the "Computers" list and linked it to the following code (Requires home group activation, but I suppose you could move the image files elsewhere and modify the code to point?).

Works like a dream. Incoming calls to the iphone now show caller ID on the TV!

Now I just need to get xbox dvd remote working in Eden, bloody Lirc Sad

--Code--

Dim xmlhttp,strComputerName,url
Set wshNetwork = WScript.CreateObject( "WScript.Network" )
strComputerName = wshNetwork.ComputerName
Set xmlhttp = CreateObject("MSXML2.xmlhttp")

url="http://xbmc:8080/xbmcCmds/xbmcHttp?command=ExecBuiltIn(Notification(Incoming Call To " & Wscript.Arguments.Item(2) & "," & Wscript.Arguments.Item(0) & "[CR](" & Wscript.Arguments.Item(1) & ")," &Wscript.Arguments.Item(3) & "," & "smb://" & strComputerName & "/Users/Public/Documents/W7CallerID/" & Wscript.Arguments.Item(4) & "))"


xmlhttp.open "POST", url, False
xmlhttp.send
set xmlhttp = Nothing
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I've added parameter to the w7callerid.exe.config to configure image files path:
<add key="ImagePath" value=""></add>
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Deal Coming Soon!
http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/w7-caller-id/
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sberghici Offline
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YouTube XBMC and MCE Demo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQZLXXA39Ew
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For Frodo users:

Xbmc recently dropped the old and long deprecated HTTP API, please use the following template that supports the new json notification format(change IP address and port):

http://192.168.0.193:8090/jsonrpc?request={"jsonrpc":"2.0","method":"GUI.ShowNotification","params":{"title":"RING","message":"[name],[number]([line])","image":"[image]","displaytime":[time]},"id":1}
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sberghici Offline
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Setup W7 Caller ID to work with Asterisk and SIP VOIP. No modem required.

If you have Asterisk compatible VOIP phone service here are the instructions on how to set it up to work with W7 Caller ID without the analog modem.

• Download and Install AsteriskWin32 from the following location
http://www.asteriskwin32.com/dwn.php?script=0.66
• Download configuration templates
http://w7callerid.com/asterisk.zip
• Copy ‘extensions.conf’ and ‘sip.conf’ files to the following folder:
C:\cygroot\asterisk\etc
• Add a new Network Listener:

[Image: asterisk_settings.jpg]

• Update IP address and Port of ‘extensions.conf’ with values from previous step and “sipuser” with your VOIP user name.
• Update “sipuser”, “password”, “10123456789”, “vbuzzer.com:80” of ‘sip.config’ with values provided from your VOIP provider. You phone number goes where “10123456789” is and “vbuzzer.com:80” is your provider IP address and port.
• Run C:\cygroot\bin\asterisk.exe. Later you can setup it to run as a windows service(run from the command line as administrator “C:\cygroot\bin\asterisk.exe –I”)

[Image: asterisk_popup.jpg]

In the next release a drop call and block unwanted calls functionality will be added for full Asterisk support.
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sberghici Offline
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Version 3.0 released. Core Application Runs As a Windows Service!

- W7 Caller ID application has been split to Windows Service and Tray Application.
- Tray Application can be run on the remote PC.
- Configurable popup size – standard/small.
- Resume Media Center/Mediaportal play after call end (supported for Smartphones only).
- Ability to run VB Script on call end event.
- Support drop call and blocked number for Asterisk.

[Image: w7callerid_service.jpg]
[Image: settings_other.jpg]
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Birdincamera Offline
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To use this, do you have to subscribe to your Telco caller ID service ?
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sberghici Offline
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(2013-03-26 01:24)Birdincamera Wrote:  To use this, do you have to subscribe to your Telco caller ID service ?
Yes

Looking for CID compatible modem?
10$ USB 56k V90 FAX V.92 Conexant 93010 External MODEM for Windows 7 and 8!
- Works in UK and North America:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-56k-V90-FAX-...0626427751

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[Image: cx93010.jpg]
[Image: 93010_chip.jpg]

http://www.w7callerid.com/looking-for-ci...modem.aspx
(This post was last modified: 2013-07-06 05:51 by sberghici.)
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