This extension allows to dial phone numbers via configurable URLs.
Most modern VoIP phones allow to execute certain actions such as dialing or hanging up via HTTP requests. This C2D URL ("click to dial by URL") extension allows you to dial any number supported by your VoIP phone either by manually entering the number in the extension's popup or by simply right clicking onto a previously selected number on any website. If the phone even allows grabbing a screenshot of the phone's display, it will also be shown in the extension's popup. The current version has been successfully tested with SNOM 370 phones. Due to its generic approach, it should work with any other VoIP phone that can be controlled via HTTP requests as well.
- (2019-05-21) JW Kirk: Excellent click-to-dial extension for SNOM phones, as well as other IP phones that you have admin access to. Has optional URL variables for dialing, hanging-up, and viewing phone's display.
- (2015-04-14) Nir Melamoud: could not make it work
- (2014-02-20) Saulius Balčiūnas: Great app! It would be even greater if it could hyperlink phone numbers on the webpage to enable click-to-call. Are you planning such feature? Saulius
- (2013-11-12) Tim D: This is exactly what I have been looking for and was about to start working on myself - thank you Daniel! I had in mind that if I wrote one I would include some parsing of html content on a page to convert numbers into links so they don't have to be manually highlighted first. (I would use a configurable regex or set of regex's) I would also personally prefer the right-click->dial to do just that rather than popup a dialog. Anyway this does 80% of what I wanted so I'm very grateful and will be circulating to all my colleague and encouraging them to also rate 5-star. Thanks again.
- (2020-02-06, v:0.9.2) Petro Andriyashchuk: Does this work with Polycom?
I have a polycom VVX250, will this make the desk phone dial out a number when i click the number?
- (2018-09-11, v:0.9.2) nick eichelberger: Screen Pop
Hi Dan - Would it be possible to disable the pop up - or make it pop up in the same location (of my choosing), or use the window within the chrome extension icon? Or make it so that it is right click, dial and the phone calls out, instead of have to click to the green "send call" button. The issues is that I work with a large monitor, and I get the screen pop on the other side of my screen - if I didn't have to click the green button, this would not be an issue at all. I am open to other solutions, just looking for a streamlined workflow. Awesome app - it was no problem to get it up and running!
- (2015-03-24, v:0.9.2) 2 Minute Tour: Can't get it to work
There are zero instructions and cryptic http addresses that I assume I'm supposed to cut and paste into various open boxes. I have inputed my info for my SIP provider and it tries to dial but no matter what I do with the limited changes I know how to do such as removing or putting in a "1", it doesn't dial.
- (2014-09-09, v:0.9.2) Brett Youngberg: Having trouble setting it up
I use RingCentral which allows me to dial ("Ringout" to a number I want to take the call on) via a URL if I can pass in the phone number. I've entered all the settings but keep seeing "No Display URL configured" and doesn't do anything Here is the URL I want to dial: https://service.ringcentral.com/ringout.asp?cmd=call&username=16045751244&ext=224&password=XXXXXXXX&to=$number&from=6048008154&clid=6045751244&prompt=1 Here are my settings: IP Address or Hostname = service.ringcentral.com Password = my password Dial URL: https://$phoneAddress/ringout.asp?cmd=call&username=6045751244&ext=224&password=$phonePassword&to=$number&from=6048008154&clid=6045751244 What am I missing here to make it work?
- (2014-06-10, v:0.9.2) Adam Saunders: tel: links?
Hi Dan, This is an awesome extension!! A snom user too so its just perfect and been looking for something like this for ages! I can see how you would highlight a number and dial it, but is there a way for the extension to work with tel: links? I have a CRM that has phone numbers already with the <a href="tel:01234">01234</a> links, and some windows apps can pick these up. Would it be possible for the extension to do the same? Your new fan, Adam