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Windows XP, Outlook 2003:

How can I use Outlook dialer to dial Google Voice? This is for "over the web", not through a modem.

This way I can track my calls on Outlook.

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Not sure about using Outlook to dial Google voice, but have you taken a look at Outlook's Journal feature? –  TookTheRook Aug 10 '11 at 19:39
    
Yeah, I know. That's what gets activated as part of the dialer. Thanks. –  Xavierjazz Aug 10 '11 at 19:47
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Have you also taken a look at this article? Clamr also allows you to do this, but requires Outlook 2010 –  TookTheRook Aug 10 '11 at 19:51
    
After setting up the account as directed in CLAMR, I have discovered that I need a Google Voice number. Apparently I cannot get on as I am in Canada. So great though this info is, it does not answer my question. –  Xavierjazz Aug 14 '11 at 15:05

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If you are connected via modem, then there is a free solution, described here :
Using Google Voice with Outlook’s Dialer.

For calling over the web, there is an easier commercial solution at Clamr!, described more in detail in :
Make calls directly from Outlook 2010 with Google Voice!.
Subscription cost is 30$ per year, with a 7-day trial.

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I haven't noticed that Clamr doesn't support Outlook 2003. It may be worthwhile to ask their Sales about it. –  harrymc Aug 11 '11 at 9:49
    
It's for web calling. I'll edit my question. Thanks. I will try Clamr today. I have Outlook 2003. –  Xavierjazz Aug 11 '11 at 14:04
    
After setting up the account as directed in CLAMR, I have discovered that I need a Google Voice number. Apparently I cannot get on as I am in Canada. So great though this info is, it does not answer my question. Plus 1. –  Xavierjazz Aug 14 '11 at 15:07
    
The commercial solution requires Outlook 2010. –  Xavierjazz Aug 14 '11 at 15:09
    
I'm accepting this answer. It answers the basic question, and I just don't qualify for the full Google Voice, at least at this time as I'm in Canada. Thanks. –  Xavierjazz Aug 14 '11 at 23:22

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