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How to detect incoming/outcoming phone calls ?

Posted on 2004-04-14
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Hello,
do you know where I can find a sample code which allow an automatic detectection of incoming and outcoming phone calls (phone numbers) iin (Visual) C++ ?


Thanks in advance !
Best regards.
David.
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Hi tradinfo,
A Hayes standard (using "AT" commands) modem will send "RING" over the serial line if it is configured correctly. Even most  ISDN modems support this. Nice for toying around.

But detecting phone numbers is probably better with TAPI/TSPI.


Cheers,
Stefan
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