Tagging Convention for Clicky Action VOIP Action

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Wishcraft, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. Wishcraft

    Wishcraft Guest

    Dear Microsoft,

    This is my suggestion you support in your class structures for IE7, it was a
    convention we where mulling over with Andrew Riddock who is a large supplier
    in voip - I think he run claritel in australia but i can't find there
    website. He was wondering if there was any possible method to support a click
    - call of a voip phone action into browsers, it seems that a tag like
    <eml>(00)-0000-000<eml> or <eml>hostname.dns.com</eml> or ip and thats about
    it for the internet phone.

    It would be good to have this clicky action feedback on the screen to future
    and current advances in technology. You know how it is all about convence
    when you have converted over to being an 'onliner' these sort of little, not
    having to pick up the phone, just press a button in outlook or in your
    browser.

    Thalk to you later,

    Simon Roberts
    http://www.projectalpha.com.au/
    That Business Empire

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    Wishcraft, Jul 3, 2006
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