VoIP Integration

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by PrometheusG5, Sep 14, 2004.

  1. PrometheusG5 macrumors member

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    Do any of the VoIP providers have integration with the Mac OS X Address Book, or is there 3rd-party software that provides some kind of integration?

    By "integration", I mean, for example, the ability to dial a number from Address Book, log incoming calls, etc...kind of the same way Address Book works if you have a Bluetooth phone.
     
  2. GovornorPhatt macrumors regular

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    It doesn't work with the adress book, but Skype (http://skype.com) has a Mac OS X beta. I've used it with a headseat mike and highly recomend it. But no adress book integration. It can store a call log and buddy list though.
     
  3. Diomedes macrumors 6502

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    Jon's Phone Tool - FANTASTIC!

    If you want Bluetooth and VoIP integration with Entourage or Address Book, RUN, don't walk, to http://homepage.mac.com/jonn8/jpt/

    This amazing little app is great. You can dial through any Bluetooth phone, or VoIP services. This is right up there will Salling Clicker as a fantastic example of interconnected technologies.

    Please, get this and support developers like Jon Nathan!
     

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