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Internet Phone: Realtime VOICE chat over the Internet. Uses your MPC sound card for Windows 3.1 (MCI device). Very easy to setup - ready in minutes. Uses IRC Servers. Requires Winsock like Trumpet/Netmanage/etc. Compres
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Internet Phone: Realtime VOICE chat over the Internet. Uses your MPC sound card for Windows 3.1 (MCI device). Very easy to setup – ready in minutes. Uses IRC Servers. Requires Winsock like Trumpet/Netmanage/etc. Compres
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Contents of the README.TXT file


VocalTec Internet Phone (TM)
Version 2.5 (Build 6) - February, 1995
======================================
Copyright(c) 1995 by VocalTec Ltd.


Please note: the previous release was named IPHONE25.EXE, signifying its
version number. The current file is named IPHONE06.EXE, for the Build number.
Future releases will be numbered by the build number.
If you have the older release, please delete it.


In order to use Internet Phone, you need...
-------------------------------------------

1. Windows 3.1 or higher (not NT).

2. 8MB of RAM recommended.

3. 486SX 25Mhz or faster recommended.

4. Windows compatible audio board, with speaker and microphone.

5. TCP/IP software with WINSOCK 1.1 support.

6. A SLIP/PPP, or direct Internet connection (14,400 baud minimum).



Installing the Internet Phone
-----------------------------

1. Make sure that your microphone and speaker work properly,
by recording yourself using the Microsoft's Sound Recorder.
See "Preparing Your Audio Device" section, below.

2. Create a directory on your hard-disk
e.g.: MD C:\IPHONE

3. From that directory, execute the self-extracting archive
C:\IPHONE> IPHONE06.EXE

4. Choose File/Run and execute C:\IPHONE\ADDICONS
A new program-manager group file will be created, with icons for The
Internet Phone and Help file

5. Double-click the Internet Phone icon.

6. The first time you run the Internet Phone Software, a Quick Tour will
be suggested to you.

7. Start talking with the rest of the world!



About The Internet Phone and IRC
--------------------------------

The Internet Phone uses the IRC to show the currently on-line users.
The actual talk is done directly between the PC's running the Internet
Phone, and NOT via the IRC.



Selecting an IRC server
-----------------------

In order to use the Internet Phone, you must be connected to an IRC
server. It is best to select the one nearest to you, in order to get
the best connection.

Once you're connected to the IRC, you can call any other Internet Phone
user that is connected to the IRC network. There is no need for both
of you to use the same IRC server.

Please note that by "nearest" we mean over the net, but usually
geographically close places have a better network connection.

The first time you connect, you can select a server from the Publicly
Accessible Servers. It might not be the closest to you, but it will
enable you to start talking.

Later you can try and find a server better suited for you. Note that
many servers accept connections from specific areas. Some are limited
to a country, some to a specific campus.




Technical Support
-----------------

Before calling VocalTec for technical support, please do the following:

1. Check the TroubleShooting from the Help menu in the Internet Phone.
It contains a list of problems and solutions.

2. Select "Technical Support" from the Help menu for information on how
to contact VocalTec.



END of README.TXT


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