Callintegrator project uses the phone numbers in your address book to initiate a call via services like peterzahlt.de
Version: 2.4.1Callintegrator project uses the phone numbers in your address book to initiate a call via services like peterzahlt.de or freecall.com.
Operating System: Linux
Just click on the phone number and your phone rings. Setup is very easy. Currently, only freecall.com and peterzahlt.de are supported.
The package comes with two programs: callintegrator and initcall. initcall setups the call, so to speak it does the real work. It can be started with command line parameters or it takes them out of a configuration file ~/.callintegrator. callintegrator is a Qt4 GUI to set these parameters. If the same parameter is set in the configuration file and as a command line switch the value given per command line switch will be used.
After installation start callintegrator and enter the parameter values.
Now integrate callintegrator into your address book. For kaddressbook do the following: Open kaddressbook and go to Settings -> Configure Address Book -> General -> Script Hooks -> Phone. Enter initcall < options > -t "%N". Since all parameters are stored in the config file there is usually no need to enter any options here.
What's New in This Release:
· support for voipdiscount.com