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Free call logging tool/ticketing tool/help desak tool

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Hi,
Please let me know if you know any free call logging tool/ticketing tool/help desak tool

Thanks
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www.spiceworks.com

its very good
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by:TSUK_Marksimmo
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Try Sysaid, they do a free version which is reasonable

Sysaid

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by:krishnamus
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Hi,
thank u very much
but when i create new ticket it will be assigning to Sysaid group.
it should assign to our office group
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by:krishnamus
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please suggest me how to work with spicework .
how to assign the ticket to specific group
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You need to create users in Spiceworks, then you can assign the ticket to the group

http://community.spiceworks.com/help/Help_Desk_Notifications
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