Ascendis Caller ID Multiuser (aka ACIDMU)

Ascendis Caller ID Multiuser tracks and optionally answers and blocks phone calls.

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  • See active or unanswered calls at a glance
  • Easily manage multiple phone lines and/or multiple computers
  • Stop wasting time talking to telemarketers
    Use the Junk button to block callers in the future (with appropriate hardware*) or route all unknown callers to answering machine (with appropriate hardware**)
    You can even Junk by name to avoid scammers using different phone numbers
  • Stop worrying about whether you missed an important call
    See who called while you were away, or get notified of phone calls by email or text message
  • Access caller messages from any connected computer
    Built-in answering machine records unanswered caller messages (with appropriate hardware)
  • Track calls, contacts, notes and messages in one location
    All data is stored in a single, centralized database accessible by all workstations
  • Keep control of your data
    All data is stored at your location on a computer of your choosing and is not uploaded to the internet!
  • Runs on recent versions of Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
More Information
Advantages Over Ascendis Caller ID
ACIDMU builds on the success of Ascendis Caller ID while adding:
  • Single, centralized database so users can make changes from any computer
  • Line Activity panel shows status of all phone lines at a glance
  • "Junk" button to easily classify unwanted callers and block them in the future
  • Most settings are stored in the database so clients require almost no configuration
  • Categories make classifying callers and contacts easy
  • Answering machine functionality with compatible voice modems (usually Conexant-based)
  • New composite actions make combining actions easy
  • Easier-to-change advanced actions with built-in documentation and configuration
  • Easier to pair modems with Whozz Calling? devices to hang up unwanted calls
  • Runs on Mac and Linux in addition to Windows
  • 64-bit versions of Windows 10 or Windows 8, or Mac OS X version 10.7.3 (Lion) and above, or Linux with systemd (all OSs 64-bit only)
  • Dial-up telephone modem (not a DSL or cable modem) with caller id support or Whozz Calling? device connected to a voice phone line
  • Caller identification service from your phone company
  • 300 MB disk space
  • *Answering machine functions require one compatible voice modem per phone line
  • **Blocking calls requires one compatible voice modem per phone line or a Whozz Calling? 4 or 8 Deluxe
Version Information
  • Version:
  • Released: January 11, 2022
  • Trial period: 30 days
  • Change history
  • (Beta version not currently available -- production version is latest version)