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VoipCall 0.2.1 PDA + SmartPhone (31-05-2008)

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Default Incredible wiget but I have a problem

1st of all I want to thank the developer for this program - it is great. I was so used to it, but... since a few days it is refusing to work and it gives me a message that I can't understand:

Message 1 of 1..
Recipient: +359888xxx220
Sending..
An error occured:

System.NotSupportedException: NotSupportedException
at System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.ParseDocumentContent( )
at System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.Read()
at System.Xml.XmlLoader.Load(XmlDocument doc, XmlReader reader, Boolean preserveWhitespace)
at System.Xml.XmlDocument.Load(XmlReader reader)
at System.Xml.XmlDocument.LoadXml(String xml)
at VoipSMS.frmSendMessage.bgwSend_DoWork(Object sender, DoWorkEventArgs e)
at System.ComponentModel.BackgroundWorker.DoTheRealWo rk(Object o)
at System.Threading.ThreadPool.WorkItem.doWork(Object o)
at System.Threading.Timer.ring()

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I think you're in the wrong thread. Please check the VoipSMS thread.
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Does VoipCall support G729 codec? if not, is there a WM client which does?
 
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It calls the servicenumber which establishes a connection between you and the desired person you'd like to call.
So it's not really Voip although you pay only for the local call to the service number. The call from the service number to the recipient will be charged via you betamax account.,
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Let me know if I'm right. If I use this program on my phone, I'll pay my mobile provider (orange france) to call the voip local number, and my voip provider (betamax) to call the number I want to reach.
It would be better to have a phone2phone option. Then I would only pay my betamax provider (for calling me on my mobile phone and for calling the number I want to reach). For example, when using rynga.com (new betamax provider), it would cost me 2 X 0.045 /min to establish a connection between my french mobile and another french mobile. Which is much much better than 0.37 / min (what orange france charges once your hour-based call plan is over).
 
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Hello,
Let me know if I'm right. If I use this program on my phone, I'll pay my mobile provider (orange france) to call the voip local number, and my voip provider (betamax) to call the number I want to reach.
It would be better to have a phone2phone option. Then I would only pay my betamax provider (for calling me on my mobile phone and for calling the number I want to reach). For example, when using rynga.com (new betamax provider), it would cost me 2 X 0.045 /min to establish a connection between my french mobile and another french mobile. Which is much much better than 0.37 / min (what orange france charges once your hour-based call plan is over).
You're right.
A better solution would be phone2phone indeed. But as far as I know it's not possible.
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Does VoipCall support G729 codec? if not, is there a WM client which does?
Nope. Don't know if and which WM client does. VoipCall is meant for Betamax providers only
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Default PortSip windows mobile VOIP client

PortSIP http://www.portsip.com/ provide WM5 and WM6 voip clients with their own dialler and integrating your winmo contacts.

Download their windows mobile softphone client here:
http://www.portsip.com/downloads.htm

It appears to be in active development, and I have used it and it works well on my Kaiser (taking advantage of the internal speakers correctly thus far).

The software appears to support G729 codec.

See their FAQ:
http://www.portsip.com/faq.htm
 
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Contact list integration would make this program the best

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