If you have caller-ID on your phone line, you can see the number of the person who is making the call (well, unless they withold the number). If you have an advanced phone - and few offer this facility - you can assign a name to the number, so you can quickly note who is trying to call you. You get this from your mobile, but most landlines do not offer this facility. Why not use your computer to offer additional information about the incoming call?
PhoneTray Free is a tool that will enable you to connect your computer to your phoneline (you can connect your computer and phone to the same line) and assign names to numbers, so you can quickly see who's calling. Better still, you can assign different ringtones to a particular caller, so if you're on the other side of the room, you can audibly detect if an important call is incoming.
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