ListCaller (Symbian) Publisher's description
If you need to call many people every day, this program is for you.ListCaller S60 application allows to call many abonents one after another and at the same time to make other work, for example read a book, work on the computer or drive a car.
If you need to call many people every day, this program is for you. ListCaller S60 application allows to call many abonents one after another and at the same time to make other work, for example read a book, work on the computer or drive a car. All what you need is S60 smartphone and a garniture of any type. ListCaller has contacts-like user interface, so I will describe only the features, specific for this program. At first it is necessary to insert abonents into the list, create at least one group and add some abonents to it. ListCaller dials numbers of the abonents included in the one group. So select the group and open it. The program will be in the вЂњView groupвЂќ state Then select вЂњOptions/SettingsвЂќ to set a calling time for current group. The default value is 40 s. If an abonent does not respond during this time, dialing is terminated. After this user has to open each abonent in the group and set вЂњActive phoneвЂќ flag for the necessary phone numbers, using the вЂњGreen вЂќ button or menu вЂњOptions/Set phone activeвЂќ. вЂњActive phoneвЂќ icon appears at the left of the active phone string. Only the phones, marked as active, will be dialed during the calling session. Active phone is a property of the abonents phone number in the group but not of the phone number itself. For example a mobile phone of the abonent can be active in one group and inactive in another. Active phones are remembered by the program so it is possible to set them only once. After setting active phones return to the вЂњView groupвЂќ state, using вЂњBackвЂќ, make sure that a garniture is connected to the phone and select вЂњOptions/Start callingвЂќ. The program will dial the first active phone of the first abonent in the current group. When abonent is responding, look to the phone screen to see who is answering and speak. When call is stopped by any side, or if dialing is terminated by user, the вЂњPause calling?вЂќ request appears. If an abonent is not responding during the calling time, dialing is terminated and вЂњPause calling?вЂќ request appears too. User can terminate current call using the вЂњRedвЂќ button. But donвЂ™t push the вЂњRedвЂќ button if there is not an вЂњActive callвЂќ icon in the upper right corner of the screen. If you will do this, the program will be closed immediately and the information about the current calling session (what abonents have responded) will be lost. If user does nothing, after 5 seconds вЂњPause calling?вЂќ request disappears and the next active phone number is dialed. If user selects вЂњYesвЂќ during 5 seconds, program stays in the paused state. In this state user can change calling time (вЂњOptions/SettingsвЂќ), continue calling (вЂњOptions/Continue callingвЂќ) or stop calling (вЂњOptions/Stop callingвЂќ). In the last case program will return to the вЂњView groupвЂќ state and the information about the current calling session will be lost. When all abonents of the group have responded, the вЂњCalling completeвЂќ message appears on the screen and the program returns to the вЂњView groupвЂќ state. If one phone of the abonent has responded, other phones of this abonent will not be dialed during the current calling session. It is the default behavior. But it can be changed by user. For example for abonent Alexander user have set active all three phones. The home phone responded the first. But AlexanderвЂ™s wife said that he is in office. Pause calling (Picture 5) and select вЂњOptions/Continue currentвЂќ. Other two phones of Alexander will be dialed during the next dialing cycle. About all errors in the ListCaller program please write to email@example.com. December 29, 2008. Konstantin Bezyaev.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall