[access-uk] Re: Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE

NO worries steve! And as you pointed out, it'll be very interesting if it
plugs into Outlook's Contacts. Skype-out is not an aspect of the service
I've dabbled in before now, but this might well encourage me to do so.

Cheers,

Mark

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-----Original Message-----
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Steve Nutt
Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2005 8:30 AM
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Subject: [access-uk] Re: Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE


Hi Mark,

Thank you for this.  This could be even more interesting, if it hooks into
Outlook contacts, since Skypeout is very cheap, particularly if you are
phoning a regular landline abroad.

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-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Mark Matthews
Sent: 11 July 2005 23:15
To: Access UK ; Jaws UK
Subject: [access-uk] Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE

                Hi. Appologies for the cross-posting, but thought this could
be of some interest to skuypers out there not on the Skype-English Group.
I'm not all that convinced on the benefits at this stage, but maybe that
will change if and when more information becomes available.

Breaking News
 > Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE
Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE
07.06.05
By Libe Goad
Just as Microsoft is allegedly starting to dabble in voice over IP, a
third-party plug-in for Skype allows the VOIP company to dabble in
Microsoft, so to speak, by integrating the service with Internet Explorer
and Outlook e-mail. Beta versions of the two plug-ins appeared Tuesday on
Share Skype,  a site that attracts developers and enthusiasts who use the
openly shared Skype API. After downloading and installing the plug-ins,
Skype users should be able to easily access the PC-to-PC voice service while
using either Outlook or the IE Web browser. Skype spokesperson Kelly Larabee
said the company is waiting to hear feedback and suggestions from users
before speaking about the software at any length. "Skype will continue to
enhance usability and ubiquity through extended integration with other
desktop applications to deliver more collaboration potential and to continue
defining modern communications," Larabee added. The IE plug-in is designed
to work with browser versions 5.0 and upwards, on

computers
using Windows 2000 and Windows XP. After installing the program, a Skype
Toolbar will appear at the top of the browser window, meaning users will be
able to contact and speak with other Skype users while surfing the Web.

Cheers,

Mark

Mark Matthews
Cardiff, Wales, UK
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-----Original Message-----
From: skype-english@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:skype-english@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Juan Sosa
Sent: Monday, July 11, 2005 5:06 PM
To: skype english; skype-announcements@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [skype-english] Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE


Breaking News
 > Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE
Skype Plugs In to Outlook, IE
07.06.05
By Libe Goad
Just as Microsoft is allegedly starting to dabble in voice over IP, a
third-party plug-in for Skype allows the VOIP company to dabble in
Microsoft, so to speak, by integrating the service with Internet Explorer
and Outlook e-mail. Beta versions of the two plug-ins appeared Tuesday on
Share Skype,  a site that attracts developers and enthusiasts who use the
openly shared Skype API. After downloading and installing the plug-ins,
Skype users should be able to easily access the PC-to-PC voice service while
using either Outlook or the IE Web browser. Skype spokesperson Kelly Larabee
said the company is waiting to hear feedback and suggestions from users
before speaking about the software at any length. "Skype will continue to
enhance usability and ubiquity through extended integration with other
desktop applications to deliver more collaboration potential and to continue
defining modern communications," Larabee added. The IE plug-in is designed
to work with browser versions 5.0 and upwards, on

computers
using Windows 2000 and Windows XP. After installing the program, a Skype
Toolbar will appear at the top of the browser window, meaning users will be
able to contact and speak with other Skype users while surfing the Web. Juan
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