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Asnwer phone in the computer with Panasonic KX-TVM50BX

Posted on 2011-09-13
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My boss is crazy, he wants to answer his office phone in his Mac computer, why?, he dosen´t cares, he just wants to answer his phone from his computer, can this be achivable?, is there a hardware that can recieve phone signal and then send it to the computer?, all he wants is to use his bluetooth on the phone. what do you recommend?

I know this model of Panasonic is not network ready....
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If the Panasonic is not networkable I dont see how this would work. I have attached the manual for you to read. It looks like it is possiable only if the device is connected to the lan..

Link to manual   http://www.csportal.panasonic-la.com/DESCARGASPLA/PLA/CENTRALES/CORREO/6%20PUERTOS/KX-TVM50BX/MANUAL%20DE%20USUARIO/Installation_Manual.pdf

I hope this helps!

    Dusty
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I think you can pair a cell phone Bluetooth device to a PC, and some devices will allow you to see the incoming call (some with caller ID) on screen, I have not yet seen a regular office phone that supports blue tooth, but I have not looked. As far as a MAC it is most likely the same.  
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Thank you,
as I was looking through Panasonic phone models, I noticed the new models have bluetooth integrated, so we placed a bluetooth integrated phone on his office and now he can answers directly through his bluetooth device.

Thank you for everthing,
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