The TBDialOut extension adds toolbar buttons, context menu items and clickable links to your Thunderbird Addressbook.
For TBDialOut to work your system must be configured to handle one of several URL schemes for letting you to make any call.
The default is "callto:", but you can configure any of the following to be used from the TBDialOut's Preferences window.
If you do not have a handler configured on your computer for any of these schemes you will need to configure that separately.
You can optionally configure a prefix to be prepended to all dialed numbers.
If you have numbers in your Address Book that begin with a "+" you can can configure what this should be replaced with. Note that if you leave this blank, any leading "+" will be stripped, ie replaced with nothing. If you want to keep it, set this value to "+".
TBDialOut installs four extra buttons available for your Address Book toolbar, for dailing on the home, work and mobile (cellphone) numbers.
TBDialOut is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
· Thunderbird 3.0 - 10.*
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Storage of passwords has been moved from Thunderbird's preference system to Thunderbird's LoginManager, providing added security. The first time that either Address Book is opened or TBDialOut's preferences edited, existing passwords will be migrated.