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Looking for a standalone call logger (not recorder) that plugs into an analog line and makes a GET/POST request passing the caller ID for every incoming call

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Looking for a standalone call logger (not recorder) that plugs into an analog line and makes a GET/POST call to a URL for every incoming call passing the caller ID as a variable.

Does this device exist?

Please advise, thank you.
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Also, it doesn't need todo anything afterwards with the call. As soon as the device receives a call, it just needs to make the GET/POST request to the URL and terminate the call.
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I used to have a dongle, just relocated and can't find it at the moment,  that went on an Analog line and streamed the fsk data (caller Id) to a 25 pin serial connector that you could do what you want with.  

This is a link page on the one I had - http://www.talkingcallerid.com/CallerIDPlug.htm

 I quick google search will give you lots of devices with this basic capability --  

This might be overkill, but it's an example of what's out there --
http://www.callerid.com/products/caller-id-only-basic/

An here is a great reference site --
http://www.sandman.com/callerid.html

If you want to roll your own an older US Robotics and other modems have the capability as well.

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Perfect, thanks a bunch
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Perfect solution
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