[guispeak] Re: a guispeak phone conference? why not!

  • From: covici@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 15 May 2011 08:16:06 -0400

Use voip for this problem -- I join a voip users conference every Friday
which has people from many countries and  most of them use computers to
join or some kind of pbx, so they just use the internet and no charge.

George Bell <george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Unfortunately David is correct here.  Anyone outside of the States
> would certainly be charged at International telephone call rates.
> Skype is a possible option, but I think their "conference" type calls,
> while free, are limited to 10 people.
> 
> George
> (Moderator) 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
> Of David hilbert Poehlman
> Sent: 15 May 2011 08:54
> To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [guispeak] Re: a guispeak phone conference? why not!
> 
> only problem is mine needs to be worldwide so can't be in real time
> and with a toll number, it will be prohibitive for some.
> 
> 
> On May 15, 2011, at 2:27 AM, Harry Brown wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> Now of course, we all help each other on this list, but what if,
> guispeak would have a free phone conference?  The subjects could be
> limitless!  Anything gui related!  Training, problem solving,
> accessability issues, etc.!
> see below!
> Harry
> Hi all,
> I just checked out my old phone conference room, and it changed to a
> new number, but I need to host a conference with some people in the
> federal government to deal with government security.
> So, I thought I'd give you a copy of this info, so if you need a free
> phone conference room, you'll be able to set one up!
> The information is below!
> Harry
>  
> How to Host, or Join a Free Phone Conference
>  
> section 1.  For conference coordinators
>  
> If you want to host a conference:
> step 1.  Call 218-936-1200
> step 2.  If this is your first time hosting a conference, you must
> enter a conference code.  This must be at least 6 digits.
> step 3.  Then, press the pound key.
> step 4.  You will be told what numbers you pressed, and if it's
> correct, then, press the 1 key, and you're in the conference.
> step 5.  You need to be there 5 minutes earlier than everyone else, to
> get the conference room opened.
> step 6.  You as the coordinator, and anyone else can do the following,
> while you're in the conference:
> press *0 to exit the conference, and when you do, it will say, "if
> you've hit the key to exit the conference, press 1, otherwise press 2
> to return to the conference."
> press *1 to enter a private conference with others in the conference,
> but not the whole group.
> *2 to get your caller code,
> *4 to hear this help message again,
> *6 to either mute or unmute your phone.
> *NOTE--please get this next section to all conference attendees prior
> to the conference, so they can have this information.  Section 2,
> begins on the next page below.  You'll see some blank lines below,
> then you'll see the section.  I did this, to start the next section at
> the top of a page.
>  
>  
>  
> 
> section 2.  For people who want to come to the conference
>  
> If you want to attend the conference:
> step 1.  Call 218-936-1200
> step 2.  You must enter a conference code.  This must be at least 6
> digits.  This is the code that the conference coordinator gave you
> prior to coming to the conference.
> step 3.  Then, press the pound key.
> step 4.  You will be told what numbers you pressed, and if it's
> correct, then, press the 1 key, and you're in the conference.
> step 5.  You as a conference attendee, can do the following, while
> you're in the conference:
> press *0 to exit the conference, and when you do, it will say, "if
> you've hit the key to exit the conference, press 1, otherwise press 2
> to return to the conference."
> press *1 to enter a private conference with others in the conference,
> but not the whole group.
> *2 to get your caller code,
> *4 to hear this help message again,
> *6 to either mute or unmute your phone.
>  
>  
> 
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