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Old January 17th 04, 07:21 PM
John Q. Public
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Default Transferring "regular" calls with messenger

I need to transfer calls coming to a regular phone to messenger calls. So when
someone calls me on a regular phone (sitting next to a computer with DSL and
running messenger) that call is transferred to another place with an internet DSL
connection.

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Old January 17th 04, 08:01 PM
Jonathan Kay [MVP]
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Default Transferring "regular" calls with messenger

Greetings John,

At the moment, I don't believe there's any service to do what you describe, the only thing
that ever came/comes close to this was ICQphone for ICQ:
http://www.icq.com/icq123/phone2pccall.html
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I need to transfer calls coming to a regular phone to messenger calls. So when
someone calls me on a regular phone (sitting next to a computer with DSL and
running messenger) that call is transferred to another place with an internet DSL
connection.



 




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