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Is there a dialer or dialer program that can....call an 11 digit number then send another 20 digit string of touch tones and pauses automaticaly at set times?

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ATDT012345678912,,,,,,01234567890123456789

What exactly are you trying to do?

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www.asterisk.org + sample.call & crontab

e.g.:

# This is a sample file that can be dumped in /var/spool/asterisk/outgoing
# to generate a call.
#

# Obviously, you MUST specify at least a channel in the same format as you
# would for the "Dial" application. Only one channel name is permitted.
#
Channel: SIP/KL51212@sipprovider.com
#
# You may also specify a wait time (default is 45 seconds) for how long to
# wait for the channel to be answered, a retry time (default is 5 mins)
# for how soon to retry this call, and a maximum number of retries (default
# is 0) for how many times to retry this call.
#
MaxRetries: 2
RetryTime: 60
WaitTime: 30

#
# Once the call is answered, you must provide either an application/data
# combination, or a context/extension/priority in which to start the PBX.
#
#Context: default
#Extension: s
#Priority: 1

#
# Alternatively you can specify just an application
# and its arguments to be run, instead of a context
# extension and priority
#
Application: SendDTMF
Data: wwww12345678901234

#
# You can set the callerid that will be used for the outgoing call
#
Callerid: Mean DTMF Sender <KL59999>

#
# An account code can be specified the following way:
#
#Account: mysuperfunaccountcode

#
# You can set channel variables that will be passed to the channel.
# This includes writable dialplan functions. To set a writable dialplan
# function, the module containing this function *must* be loaded.
#
#Set: file1=/tmp/to
#Set: file2=/tmp/msg
#Set: timestamp=20021023104500
#Set: CDR(userfield|r)=42

Also simple PHP script to generate callfile from user input: http://mx.netjdn.com/SW/callingportal/

Edited by Andre van dem Helge
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I think vector's reply hit on what would be the easiest for what I'm trying to do...i think I'm getting close but still need some help.

What i need to do is call a phone number which connects me to an automated system then enter a personal id and password in DTMF tones...at set times and it has to be done totally automatically....and the call HAS to come from our office phone line. But the catch is there are 3 of us that each have a unique id and password and we all have to call at different times on different days.

What I'm thinking now is....Can i use windows task scheduler to do this using 3 separate dial-up connections? For example i can set up three different dial-up connections with names like Tom, Dick, and Harry to dial the numbers needed for each....BUT can Windows Task Scheduler do this? Or would i have to use this http://www.advscheduler.com/ ?

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Dude, haven't you people heard of a modem? As Beave mentioned, just grab an old modem, and use minicom, hyper terminal, or your favorite program to open the serial port (or PCI/ISA slot), and type in

ATDT xxx-xxx-xxxx,,,,yyy-yyy-yyyy

Where x is the first number you want to dial, ',' makes the modem pause for about two or three seconds, depending on how it's set up, and y is the second string of digits you want to dial.

If you prefer, you can just use an audio editor like Cool Edit Pro to manually generate the tones and pauses, and send it down the line with your telephone audio interface of choice. As for using three different dial-up connections, that's grossly unnecessary for something this simple. Read what I mentioned above, or more about it here;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT_Commands

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