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ALSO CALLED: Telephone Application Program Interface, Telephony API, Telephony Application Program Interface
DEFINITION: TAPI (Telephony Application Program Interface) is a standard program interface that lets you and your computer "talk" over telephones or video phones to people or phone-connected resources elsewhere in the world. Assuming your computer is equipped with TAPI and your setup includes the right application and hardware, you may be able:Call someone by clicking on their picture or other imageUse a similar  … 
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TAPI DEFINITION (continued): …  graphical user interface (GUI) to set up a conference call and then attend the call at the scheduled timeSee who you're talking to individually or at a conference callAdd a voice note to an e-mail note you send or listen to a voice note attached to an e-mail note you receiveProgram your computer to automatically receive phone calls from certain numbers (but not from others)Send and receive faxesDo these things from a portable wireless cellular telephone telephone/computer as well as from a desktop computerDeveloped jointly by Intel and Microsoft, TAPI is included with the Windows 95/98 and Windows … 
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