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About this Add-on
• Custom URL
• Asterisk AMI
You will need to configure your chosen URL handler separately.
The 'Custom URL' option allows you to configure TBDialOut to set up a call by contacting a web service, such as those provided by Snom and Yealink phones and some software PBXes/switchboards.
The Asterisk AMI option is new in 1.7.0 and allows TBDialOut to communicate directly with an Asterisk software switchboard.
Information on configuration can be found at http://www.oak-wood.co.uk/tbdialout
Want to help?
TBDialOut currently has translations for en-US, en-GB, de, es-ES, nl, fr, zh-CN, sv-SE, ru and it. If you fancy translating it into another language, visit TBDialOut at Babelzilla http://bit.ly/tbdialout-l10n.
And if you fancy designing an icon for TBDialOut, get in touch!
The Development Channel lets you test an experimental new version of this add-on before it's released to the general public. Once you install the development version, you will continue to get updates from this channel. To stop receiving development updates, reinstall the default version from the link above. Install development version
Caution: Development versions of this add-on have not been reviewed by Mozilla and can't be installed on release versions of Firefox.
- Version 1.7.2pre1:
To create your own collections, you must have a Mozilla Add-ons account.
In the case of the 'Custom URL' and 'Asterisk AMI' options TBDialOut will communicate with your configured service and will pass any username, password and selected phone numbers to that service for the purpose of accessing that service. Connections are not necessarily encrypted and passwords may be sent in clear text. This is intended to be used for communicating with devices on your protected local network.
Data is not passed to any other party.
End-User License Agreement
TBDialOut was originally inspired by VOIP3Dialer 1.1 by MSelector, http://www.mselector.com.