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# 42003 28-Sep-2009 06:50
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I need a phone system that I can load on the computer.

I need to be able to click on a number from a list and have it connect and autofill to the phone system that i downloaded to autodial the number....

Any ideas on what I can use?


We currently use sj labs sj phone...

Charles Prince
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  # 258869 28-Sep-2009 08:51
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Take a look at Zultys phone systems they have a user client that will allow you to dial by highlighting any phone number on your PC screen press one of the function keys and it dial it.

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  # 259413 29-Sep-2009 16:11
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Prince1: Any ideas on what I can use?


Do you want to keep using a softphone, or move to a physical VoIP phone?

 
 
 
 


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  # 259674 30-Sep-2009 11:46
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also, you were probably looking for this forum:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=43
(as this forum is for more general question to do about *this* website, geekzone.co.nz)




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  # 260629 2-Oct-2009 16:53
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Please describe your current setup ? do you use an IP PBX or are you using just a softphone direct to a provider?

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  # 260697 2-Oct-2009 21:40
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Hey charles how you doin?

I would highly recomend either a Shoretel solution (Rolls Royce of Voip)

or the High Path Open Office by Siemens - (Jaguar of Voip!!)
We have jus installed a Siemens and - amazing!

Seamless intigration, dial out from outlook or exell etc. great feature for conferencing ...

your choice but either or - let me know which ou chose and as to why?

Peter New Zealand...

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