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Old July 26th, 2007, 08:53 AM
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Hi Frnds,

I want to know that can i develop an application for auto dialing.

fetch data from data base and as we click on call button ,the is to be connect to the particular... is it possible using c# or vb.net as code behind in a web application..



if its possible then pls help me.

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I am trying the same logic..........If you got the answer,please post it to forum.

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OK.

I looked at your question, which is quite a common one.

I clicked in the "Search P2P For" text box, I typed in "Dial".
I then clicked "Go".

I then found two thread that had ideas.

I then went to "www.google.com".

I typed in ".NET phone dialer class".
I click "Search"

I scan the results...

I have found a (possible) solution.

As an "expert" do you not feel you should have tried these steps first and then posted any issues you have with your base code?

I don't mean to sound rude, but putting "expert" in your name is a pretty bold statement, and then NOT taking the first steps an "expert" would, seems pretty lame.

Give it a whirl and let us know how you get on.

PS: All of this was within a 3 minute time frame..
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I have found the NetCaller API developed by Powered Marketing to be quite useful in any dialing application. You can get a free account and download the API anytime right off the main site. Hope this helps.

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