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    Dial Voice Calls via Bluetooth from PC

    I am looking for a way to have MS Outlook or MS Phone Dialer (Start, Run, Dialer) dial my PPC6601 for voice calls via a bluetooth connection. I think AT commands would be passed to the phone via the BT modem (may only be for DUN). Is there a way to do this via an initialization string or is anyone aware of a application. "DialItNow" does this but not with Window Mobile 2003. My T-Mobile SE T68 also did this. It was great when I had alot of call to make and the all the phone number are in Outlook.

    Thanks

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    Voice Command? You could then just tell your phone to dial XYZ contact and be done with it. Contacts should sync from the computer anyway!
    Dan Kunz - XV6600

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    Dial PPC6601 from Win XP via Bluetooth

    I know it may sound lazy or even redundant, but it is easier than voice command. I have MS Voice Command on my PPC6601 and do use it all the time when I am traveling or driving. In my office, it is faster and easier to click on each customer on my task list and have my phone start to dial.

    Any other I ideas. Is this just getting the right AT command or does this require an application

    Thank you

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    In Outlook, if you right-click the contact, and select call, then "Dialing Options", what's listed under the "Connect Using" Option? If you can select the DUN for the phone, it may work...
    -Lee
    Samsung i730
    Ridata 1GB SD Card, Transcend 4GB SD card, PPC Tech Audio Adapter

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