|%Formatted Number%||will format the phone number as 555-123-4567 and substitute it in the search string|
|%Unformatted Number%||will format the phone number as 5551234567 and substitute it in the search string|
|%Display Name%||will substitute the Display Name (from the Directory) in the search string|
|%Caller ID Name%||will substitute the Caller ID Name (as provided by your phone company) in the search string|
http://www.google.com/search?q=%Caller ID Name%
http://www.google.com/search?q=%Formatted Number% %Caller ID Name%
CallClerk will launch each search one after the other, if you are using a tab enabled browser, such as Firefox, each search will appear in its own tab. If you are not using a tab enabled browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, you will need to click the back button to view previous searches.
In some locations, such as Canada, the area code is not reported by your phone company for local calls. As the internet reverse lookup service will require this information CallClerk will need to know it. In this case your local area code information will be taken from the 'My Area Code' field on the CallClerk - Settings - Dial-out window.
The CallClerk - Control Panel is used to turn the reverse number lookup function on or off for familiar, unfamiliar and blocked callers.
If checked, the option Suppress Reverse Number Lookups when Microsoft® Outlook® Contact Card is found will suppress reverse number lookups if the Outlook Pop-up feature is turned on and an Outlook Contact Card is found for the caller.
Searches will only be conducted where as search string field is not empty.