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Old 11-21-2007, 01:23 AM   #1
jabka
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How can i forward mobile phone calls to voip?


Hello,..

I would like to forward all incoming call to a mobile phone into some sort of VOIP program (Skype or any other good solution).

I tried googling and irc but all what i got was hardare related solution.
im searching for a way to use bluetooth/USB/com connection to debian.

for now i am able to transfer sms to email (and email to sms using smser ).

I hope that there is a free solution (the Debian way i meen).

Thank you in advance.
 
Old 11-21-2007, 05:12 PM   #2
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Hello,..

I would like to forward all incoming call to a mobile phone into some sort of VOIP program (Skype or any other good solution).

I tried googling and irc but all what i got was hardare related solution.
im searching for a way to use bluetooth/USB/com connection to debian.

for now i am able to transfer sms to email (and email to sms using smser ).

I hope that there is a free solution (the Debian way i meen).

Thank you in advance.
In Poland, you can send at least free sms with :
sms-pl - Send SMs via Polish GSM operators

No idea how to make it work. Stuck with it
 
Old 11-21-2007, 05:16 PM   #3
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Would you have an howto ?
http://smser.sourceforge.net/

pity this program is GUI, only. And centerICQ, is ICQ. You can really send sms ? why please did you mention that it is not free ? you have to pay sthg for sending sms ?

thanks
 
Old 11-21-2007, 05:27 PM   #4
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Would you have an howto ?
http://smser.sourceforge.net/

pity this program is GUI, only. And centerICQ, is ICQ. You can really send sms ? why please did you mention that it is not free ? you have to pay sthg for sending sms ?

thanks
This of topic to this thread but :
smser is not only gui solution it has 3 options :
CLI (command line)
GUI (python)
PHP Code.

it is free and under the DFSG.
it is free of charge.

to use it you need sevral ICQ accounts.(not your main icq account)
it will not work world wide (maybe in some countries icq can't send smss).
to get more info use the man file for it.


My question was about transfering voice calls not sms.
i guess it has some connection to Asterix.
 
  


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