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tutorial:outbound_apps:setupoutboundcall [2010/10/15 09:41]
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tutorial:outbound_apps:setupoutboundcall [2014/06/10 15:49] (current)
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-For "dial numbers in column", select phonenum as the column of phone numbers that you want to dial. For domestic outbound calls (calls made within the United States), you could enter 10 digits as the phone number format for these calls (i.e. "1234567890" or "123-456-7890"). For international outbound calls, the preferred phone number format for these calls is "tel:+{country code}{local number}". Please keep in mind of the calling rates when making outbound calls internationally. To view the calling rates for each country, you can see them [[http://quickfuseapps.com/tour/international_rates|here]].+For "dial numbers in column", select phonenum as the column of phone numbers that you want to dial. For domestic outbound calls (calls made within the United States), you could enter 10 digits as the phone number format for these calls (i.e. "1234567890" or "123-456-7890"). For international outbound calls, the preferred phone number format for these calls is "tel:+{country code}{local number}".
For "Place Calls", select the application that you want to use for your outbound call. By default, the revision that's in place for your application is "(use the latest)". You can choose to select an older revision of your application if you wish. For "starting", you can enter the date and time that you want your outbound calls to go out. Note that there is a user interface to the right of the textbox that allows you to select a date and time to begin the outbound call. For "Place Calls", select the application that you want to use for your outbound call. By default, the revision that's in place for your application is "(use the latest)". You can choose to select an older revision of your application if you wish. For "starting", you can enter the date and time that you want your outbound calls to go out. Note that there is a user interface to the right of the textbox that allows you to select a date and time to begin the outbound call.
tutorial/outbound_apps/setupoutboundcall.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/10 15:49 by victor