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Dear experts,
 
  I'd like to create the simple auto-response call-center.
 But, I really don't have the idea.
   - how to connect/wire the telephone with computer
   - how to recieve the input from the user
   - how to tranmit the voice from computer to telephone.

  Note. I have strong delphi background.

 Could anyone give me the idea?
  Please suggest. (and sorry for my bad english)..

Tussin.
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by:Motaz
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You will find a trial component called async pro, it contains all the functionality of voice telephony, it is very simple, and you will find examples on there

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H tussin,

you can use TAPI to Create your Call Center.

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hi tussin,

I found this site with a lot of components:
http://www.programmersheaven.com/zone2/cat70/index.htm

Best Regards

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I wrote exactly what you are trying to do about 3 or 4 years ago using Visual Voice.  It's a product by Artisoft (www.artisoft.com).  It's very easy to use, but it's not free (I couldn't tell you what the price is).  

When we purchased it, the VCL version was crap, but the OCX version was fantastic.

The system ran off a standard 14.4fax/modem plugged into the serial port.  When someone dialled in, they could either leave a general message, or leave a message for a particular staff member within our company (either by entering their extension number, or the first four letters of their surname).

Staff members could change their greetings when ever they liked by posting a new wave file.  Message alerts where sent via internal email, and the program could be controlled using a simple CGI application running off our NT Server PC.

I've just mentioned this incase this is what you are looking at doing.

Cheers!

Stu
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