I'm not exactly how to accomplish this, but I'm hoping that a qualified programmer will have the proper solution.
What I'm in need of is an application that will dial a specific phone number, at a specific time of day, each and every day. Once the number is dialed, the application should allow a delay, with more number commands to follow.
Step 1. Dial Number
Step 2. Wait 10 Seconds, Echo 123456
Step 3. Wait 10 Seconds, Echo 459818
Step 4. Wait 10 Seconds, Echo *99
Step 5. Wait 10 Second, Echo #50
After the completion of these commands, the application should playback a pre-selected .mp3 audio file down the phone line as though it is a live person speaking.
So, the pre-selected MP3 file will take the place of the caller out audio.
This application should be designed to use an internal modem ... and will be dialing into a teleseminar service.
The application would be running on a local PC, and would use the PC's system clock to determine when to dial-in, and begin the automated commands.
After the mp3 file has completed playback, the modem should go off-hook, and hang up the line.
There is one other possible option for accomplishing this, via Skype, but I'm not sure if this option would be easier, or more difficult.
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