The pages below this section demonstrate how you can build an
autodialer in C# using the Ozeki VoIP SIP softphone source code. Please check
the utilization, configuration and source code sections for an overall view.
These pages introduce a sample program that can be used for
building an autodialer in C#. This example will be the ideal solution for those
who experience problems with their current customer services. If you also feel
that there is room for improvement in your customer services and corporate
communication, check this example for finding the solution.
How to build your own C# Autodialer?
You can easily and quickly build your own C# Autodialer with the use of
Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK. Therefore, all you need to do is implement the Ozeki SIP SDK
and start to use your C# Autodialer!
Some facts before you check the more detailed technical pages:
Time needed to introduce Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK:
It requires a really short time to introduce this SDK. Just download Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK and
then the Autodialer.zip to get started.
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 or 4.0
SIP account (or a SIP PBX)
1 GHz or faster processor
1GB RAM (32-bit) || 2GB RAM (64-bit)
Ready to begin? Good! Getting started with the SDK is actually quite
simple – here are a few useful shortcuts to help you get going! Follow the links:
How to utilize this example:
First learn the fields of use possibilities of the C# Autodialer in details. When you
are familiar the main usage issues you can switch to the configuration steps.
How to configure your own C# Autodialer:
This page helps you configure your own C# Autodialer based on Ozeki SIP SDK step by
step. Follow the configuration instructions to gain an efficient autodialer!
When you decide to purchase Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK license you may
be interested in licensing policy.
A purchased Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK "license" can be used to build a "single product".
This "single product" (along with it's subsequent versions) can be freely distributed
in as many copies as you wish without paying any royalties or license fees to Ozeki.