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SIP communications

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

Hello everybody,

maby anybody knows, what is the best way (if it is at all) to develop simple application which could login to SIP server and call to some number through SIP server, i need just call, talk and and end talking...

i have searched google but didn't found any free sip components... i tried to use windows messenger, but with no success, becouse in windows messenger api is only one method Phone(), but it can invoke phone window with number that i passed through this method but it doesn't call automatically, i need to press call button optionaly by mouse this isn't good solution for me...

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