Voice over IP Phone Services (Windows CE 5.0)
Windows CE 5.0
Catalog items in the Voice over IP Phone Services tree provide functionality used by IP phones built with Windows CE.
In This Section
- PC Authentication
- Provides functionality that the Telephony User Interface (TUI) uses to control access to private information depending on whether an associated PC is locked or unlocked.
- Phone IME
- Provides "triple-tap" functionality that the TUI uses to enable users to enter text with a numeric keypad.
- Real-time Communications (RTC) Client API
- Provides low-level functionality for Voice over IP (VoIP), messaging, and presence support. This includes Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) stacks.
- Telephony User Interface (TUI)
- Provides a full-featured phone application that can make and receive calls, interact with Exchange to provide contact and other information, and more.
- VoIP Application Interface Layer (VAIL)
- Provides a VoIP-oriented programming API and functionality to phone applications like the TUI.
- Exchange Client
- Provides functionality used by the TUI to retrieve contact, global address list, and free/busy data from an Exchange server.
- Windows CE Features
- Other Windows CE features, some of which are used by the VoIP and IP Phone functionality in Windows CE.
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