I have a crappy app that I'd like to have click to call functionality, and the only option within this app is to call an external executable from the command-line and a variable is passed with the phone number.
I've got Cisco's Click to Call installed and I see this works as documented in that from IE, Office I can "Call" (instant call intiated) or "Call with Edit" (dialog box to confirm number dialled).
When I use the Command line to call "CiscoCallApplication.exe tel:<extension>" this works, but it always brings up the "Call with Edit" dialog. Is there a commandline switch to just initiate the call and not have the "Call with Edit" dialog? I could not find any documentation on commandline switches.
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