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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Open your Windows Live Messenger and invite new recipient whose user id is service@gtalk2voip.com. Yes, this same ID is used in Google Talk too.

Type like CALL someuser@gmail.com in the chat window to place an outgoing call to Google Talk user someuser@gmail.com.

In a second or two you will get an incoming call from service@gtalk2voip.com which you have to accept

When your call is answered on the remote side, "Remote answered. Now talking.." message is displayed. From this moment, you may talk.


Type 'HELP' for more information in the chat window.

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