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gintonic is currently offline gintonic

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Hello.
I just want to test OutCall by reading
https:// manuals.gfi.com/en/kerio/operator/content/crm-integration-de sktop-dialers/configuring-outcall-for-dialing-from-the-micro soft-outlook-contacts-1186.html

I have tried 1.6 and 2.0 versions.
Both does not show pop-up notifications and calls history, but both can call.
Debug shows that events reach OutCall.
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ICT and Me is currently offline ICT and Me

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Are you sure you don't use 64bits MS Office/Outlook?
Because OutCall on works on 32bits MS Office/Outlook.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
www.ictandme.nl
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gintonic is currently offline gintonic

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I use 32 bit Office.
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Zarabski is currently offline Zarabski

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Hi,

we also tried it some time ago. Dosnt work stable.

Have a look on

http://www.phonesuite.de/de/produkte.htm

Works great with operator an Outlook. We use it with yealink phones and thats perfect.

Headset and you dont even have to pickup the phone. We have it running with Exchange and Kerio Connect. No problems. AND : You get quick support without any problems.

Good Luck
Thorsten
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Does the current version of OutCall allow me to simply click a phone number on a contact card and initiate a call?
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