Re: VOIP client usable with NVDA


Simon Eigeldinger
 

Hi,

Phoner is a SIP client.
You need an account from a SIP provider.
iptel.org for example provides such accounts for free at least if they still do.
though if you are looking something like skype well then you might look somewhere different.
btw SIP clients have no online/offline lists.
its a software phone.


though i guess you are looking for a voice chat tool.

there are some like ventrillo or other solutions like teamspeak/teamtalk.

Greetings,
Simon


Am 25.02.2018 um 19:36 schrieb Damien Garwood:

Hi,
I didn't think there was anything other than Skype...From what I can see, it doesn't have online/offline-based contacts like Skype does, but it does seem to allow telephone calls. Only problem with that is, documentation is in German and dialing a number won't connect. And PhonerLite gives me this confusing startup wizard with loads of different options which I don't have a clue what they mean...Seems very confusing for a telephony program.
Cheers.
Damien.
-----Original Message----- From: Simon Eigeldinger
Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2018 5:17 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] VOIP client usable with NVDA
Hi,
Yes phoner works fine.
I always used the standard version instead of lite though both should be
fine.
Greetings,
Simon
Am 25.02.2018 um 02:36 schrieb Rayn Darren:
Hi everyone,

As the subject suggests, I'm looking for a VOIP client that I can use with
NVDA. Currently, I'm using 3cx for windows. It's not all that compatible and
is proving to be quite a challenge. If anyone has any suggestions on how to
make it more accessible, or on another client that is more accessible, I'd
love to hear from you.

Thanks,
Rayn
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