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Connecting two applications via phone line...

I need to do an application that can transfer and receive
files throught a phone line; How can i do this?
I need use TAPI o RAS service? Please help...
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rwilson032697Commented:
lololo,

Here are some components etc from Delphi Super Page (http://sunsite.icm.edu.pl/delphi/) They include source etc. Tapi14.zip looks like the best one for you (the bottom one).

Cheers,

Raymond.

d_tapi.zip (28,648 bytes) Delphi implementation of the Windows Telephony headers. There's also a test program that can monitor calls
     made with other TAPI enabled programs like Remote Access and can also dial calls (ver. 2.0, added 1/21/97)  by Davide
     Moretti  

     eddial10.zip (18,087 bytes) Edit and dial a phone number using TAPI dialer (added 6/7/96)  by Olivier Devue

     tapid3.zip (28,545 bytes) TAPI Support Kit for Delphi. Translated Telephony API (TAPI) 2.0 header files for Delphi. Now includes
     support for developing custom TAPI service providers (ver. 3.0, added 2/24/97)  by Alexander Staubo  

     tapiterm.zip (62,357 bytes) A terminal application that uses Win 95 Tapi to dial and connect via the Modem (ver. 1.0, added 2/17/97)
               by Mathew Verdouw  

     tapidial.zip (18,899 bytes) TTapiDial is simple dialing component, which implements dialing through TAPI interface, instead of writing to
     COM ports directly. (ver. 1.0, added 10/12/97)  by Mihaela Mihaljevic-Jakic  

     tapil14.zip (244,030 bytes) TTAPILine based on Windows Telephone API (TAPI) service. Transfer data between two computers using
     modems, OnNewData event, direct access to your modems under Windows, dial and accept calls. Terminal emulator example is included.
     (ver. 1.4, added 9/13/98)   by Juri Kornienko  
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lololoAuthor Commented:
The links in DSP to these files are broken....
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rwilson032697Commented:
They aren't links - its the output from the search engine. Go to the DSP page, click on the search icon in the left hand pane and enter the name of the component (eg: tapi14.zip) and it will return a link you can use to download it.

Fro some reason copying and pasting fro this doesn't preserve links - sigh.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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