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BirdFon, a lightweight and elegant phone plugin, makes Thunderbird a speaking friend in your online life. With BirdFon you can call your friends in a way similar to the SkypeOut service. The major BirdFon advantage is that it allows you to make...
About this Add-on
BirdFon is a Thunderbird-based phone, so you can do a true click-n-call - just select a phone number in any Email message you send or receive, right click on it, and BirdFon will connect you to the desired destination. Make your friends, partners, and customers wonder the speed of your response to their Email messages! BirdFon not only saves you time and makes dialing phone numbers more convenient, it also stores all the call history online.
Call history is available via an intuitive interface - you will never loose an important phone number again. Also, by using the "tell a friend" link, you can easily invite friends to try BirdFon - they will always be able to phone you when they are online.
Version for Windows; Linux version is coming
Now you can choose any contact from your Address Book and call her in just one click (right mouse button). When you receive an Email message from your partner or friend, you can call him instantly via BirdFon. That’s just because we really appreciate your time!
Fast Installation has also become available from BirdFon.com website. Just launch an .exe file and BirdFon gets automatically installed into your Thunderbird Email client.
Executable File; Size: 1.5 Mb
(Released on Dec 28, 2006)
Click “Tools - “Addons - select FoxFon - click “Options�?
Here you can change FoxFon PIN and Password as well as manage password saving options.
Automatic Gain Control feature became the next pleasant addon.
Auto Gain Control (AGC) checks what you and the person you are calling hear and makes audio signal level optimal.
* Turn Headphones AGC off if you hear echo, noise, or sound-wave interference
* Turn Mic AGC off if the person you are calling hears noise