SmartWhois 5.1 Build 274 Trial

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SmartWhois 5.1 Build 274 TrialSmartWhois is an advanced Windows application designed to retrieve information about any IP address, domain or hostname, using your Internet connection to serve its purpose. At the first launch you shall discover a pretty clean and well-organized interface, so it’s pretty difficult to get lost in there. Everything’s fairly intuitive, but a help manual is also available, just in case you need assistance. Besides the fact that it can look up the available information on a given IP, the application also allows you to save the results and thus create your very own database that can be easily accessed online. Additionally, SmartWhois supports batch processing as well, which means it can check multiple domains at the same time, showing you information such as country, contact details, owner and other details. While also offering SOCKS5 firewall support, SmartWhois offers Microsoft Outlook integration, which means it can look up email headers automatically, as soon as a new message lands in your inbox. The settings screen is quite large, so you may spend a few minutes configuring the program. This is the place where you can find options concerning integration, hotkeys, ping and proxy servers, caching, queries, fonts and colors and updates. SmartWhois runs on a moderate amount of hardware resources, getting along quite well with all Windows versions. All things considered, this is a very handy piece of software that provides a great amount of features packed into a clean and well-organized interface. It needs an Internet connection to serve its purpose, while the help manual makes sure you figure out how to use it no matter if you’re a beginner or not.
SmartWhois is a useful network information utility that allows you to find out all available information about an IP address, host name, or domain, including country, state or province, city, name of the network provider, administrator and technical support contact information. SmartWhois can be configured to work from behind a firewall by using HTTP/HTTPS proxy servers. Different SOCKS versions are also supported. Unlike standard Whois utilities, SmartWhois can find the information about a computer located in any part of the world, intelligently querying the right database and delivering all the related records within a few seconds. The program can retrieve information from more than 100 servers all over the world. SmartWhois can save obtained information to an archive file. Users can load this archive the next time the program is launched and add more information to it. This feature allows you to build and maintain your own database of IP addresses and host names. The obtained records may also be saved in one of the several formats: HTML, text, XML, and XLS. In addition, you can rely on SmartWhois to select any text files that store lists of IP addresses then and process them. SmartWhois is capable of caching query results, which reduces the time needed to query an address; if the information is in the cache file it is immediately displayed and no connections to the whois servers are required.
Here are some key features of “SmartWhois”:
  • Smart operation: The program always looks up whois data in the right database; you don’t have to waste your time trying them all.
  • Integration with Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook. Look up domain owners and IP addresses in e-mail headers instantly!
  • Saving results into an archive: you can build your own database that can be viewed offline.
  • Batch processing of IP addresses or domain lists.
  • Caching of obtained results.
  • Hostname resolution and DNS caching.
  • Integration with CommView Network Monitor: Can be accessed from CommView for quick, easy lookup.
  • Calling SmartWhois directly from your application.
  • Wildcard queries.
  • Whois console for custom queries.
  • Country code reference.
  • Customizable interface.
  • SOCKS5 firewall support.
  • Pentium III CPU
  • 128 MB RAM
  • 5MB disk space
  • 30 days trial
  • Nag screen
What’s New 
  • Updated IP allocation map.
  • Updated a few data parsers and added new ones.

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