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QUESTION: Dear Tom

Are Landline and Cordless phones available in market for Storing and retrieving Contacts ?. This can eliminate the need of keeping a Telephone Diary where we store contacts viz names, phone numbers, email addresses etc.

This Phones could be useful in both Corporate - Employees, Clients,  
Business Partners, Suppliers etc and in Residence (Home) - Friends, Relatives, Business etc Contacts.

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar

ANSWER: Yes, in fact I think that many, possibly most cordless and landline phones provide this option. Here are a couple of examples:

https://panasonic.ca/english/telecom/business_phones/dect_mobile/KXWT125.asp

http://www.jr.com/rca/pe/RCA_25424RE1/

Some, like this one, permit you to connect the phone to your computer and you can dial using your Microsoft Outlook Contact database:

https://panasonic.ca/english/telecom/telephones/dect/KXTG4771B.asp

As an alternative, you can also get VoIP phone that can integrate with your computer such as the MagicJack (http://magicjack.com/plus-v05/) or even software that turns your computer into a VoIP telephone, allowing you to use your computer's contact list.

The additional benefit of being able to synchronize the phone with your computer directory is that this further allows you to keep all your other communication tools, including cellphone synchronized to the same contact list. Very helpful in your personal life - essential as a business tool.

Regards,

Tom Smith
TJS Technical Services Inc.
http://tjstechnical.com

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QUESTION: Dear Tom

Thank you.

The Above functionality for Telephones and Cordless Phones for Storing contacts can be also applicable for Fax Machines ?

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar

Answer
Yes, the same is true for FAX machines. This can be accomplished a few different ways:

1) The FAX Machine itself often has a speed dial option where phone numbers can be stored
2) Use of FAX machine which can be controlled by a PC, and the numbers stored on the PC.
3) FAXes can be sent through online services that provide email to FAX capability, in which case the numbers can be stored of the standard email contact database.

I hope that this helps.

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I can answer questions regarding product approvals, including areas such as Product safety, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Telecommunications, Environmental requirements such as RoHS (Restrictions on Hazardous Substances), WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), and international approvals requirements.

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I have been involved in product approvals for over 25 years, working both for major manufacturers, design organizations, and two major testing laboratories. I have experience putting products into countries around the world, working with various approvals agencies, and have been involved in various standards development agencies (Product Safety, EMC and Telecom). I was the Senior Approvals Engineer at the first private telephone approvals laboratory in Canada, and have been involved in the development of Industry Standards for telephone and telephone products.

Organizations
- Senior Member of IEEE - Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA) - Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) - Terminal Attachment Program Advisory Committee (TAPAC) which is under the jurisdiction of Industry Canada (Department of the Gov't of Canada) - Canadian Standards Association

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B.A.SC (Electrical Engineering)

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- Only Approvals Liasion Engineer (ALE) ever appointed by AUSTEL (AUSTEL is no longer the authority in Australia, and the ALE program was also replaced in 1997) - Former Deputy Approvals Liasion Engineer appointed by the British Approvals Board for Telecommunications (BABT)

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