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Conversant releases free Outlook plug-in

29 Apr 2011

Phone provider Conversant has released a free Outlook plug-in for its solution that allows users to call contacts directly from Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007.

To retrieve the number to be dialled, you simply click on an email or a contact. 

"When you click on an email, if the email is from someone in your contacts the number(s) to dial will be retrieved,” explains the firm in an update. 

"Likewise when you click on a contact, you will see the contact listed in the menu bar. Just click on the drop-down box to view other contact details.”

You can find out more about the free plug-in here

Conversant recently suggested ways to make big savings on global roaming costs. Find the full article here

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