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From the developer: "Records all data received on a serial port to a file on a disk or to an ODBC database. It was originally designed to record telephone traffic data from a corporate phone system (PBX) for later analysis. For this reason, it was designed to be very robust and includes features to notify an administrator if no data is received in a certain amount of time. However, it is generic enough to be useful whenever one-way serial traffic needs to be recorded. Also supports e-mailing log files and multiple instances."
Price USD50
License Free to try
File Size 592.24 kB
Version 1.2
Operating System Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows
System Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP
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