The Dialer settings dialog box is designed to select and
customize a device that will be used to dial a phone number.
Use this dialog box to select one of two ways of accessing a
- Access via COM port
- Access via TAPI
Access via serial (COM) port
|Allows you to automatically detect available modems and set the
number of COM port.
|Allows you to set COM port number manually.
|Allows you to select a dial method/type: tone or
|Turn on sound
|Allows you to turn on/off the dialing sound via modem
Access via TAPI-compatible device
|If there are TAPI-compatible devices in your system, the
Device dropdown list will display all available devices of
this kind. Select a device that will be used for dialing a phone
|Forced pulse dialing
|If this option is enabled, the modem is forced to switch to
pulse dialing (for old phone systems).
Checking the Local area call prefix option enables you to
specify a sequence of characters to be used to access a local area
telephone network. Here you can use digits, pause symbols
(p) and tone waiting (w). To enter pauses and
long tone waiting symbols, use corresponding