My colleagues and I have a recurring weekly meeting set up. I'd like to set up a shortcut to that meeting (in Windows 7). I can make a URL shortcut like this
but that fires up a browser window which then has to be closed - it would be cleaner to just call
g2mstart.exe with a command line argument to join meeting 123456789. I've tried guessing at the syntax to join a specific meeting but haven't found it, and haven't found a guide to command-line switches anywhere online. Clearly
g2mstart.exe takes arguments - the standard shortcut looks like this:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Citrix\GoToMeeting\457\g2mstart.exe" "/Action Host" "/Trigger Shortcut" "/Product G2M"
Is there a guide somewhere to these switches? And is there one that allows joining a specific meeting by ID?