auto dial

auto dial

[¦ȯd·ō ′dīl]
(communications)
The feature of a modem that automatically opens a telephone line and dials the telephone of a receiving computer to establish a connection.

auto dial

A modem feature that opens the line and dials the telephone number of another computer to establish connection. See auto answer.
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This patent-pending application does not include an outbound dialer, and does not have the capacity to auto dial.
In case the system detects an activity, it will auto dial the numbers stored, immediately alerting people.
for example, the plaintiff sought to examine the defendant's phone system, software, and facilities to determine whether they could potentially auto dial customers.
Users can see all their meetings, can share them via email or SMS in seconds, and on top of that, can join a conference call using the Auto Dial Conference Call feature built into the App.
TurboFTP offers strong interruption and stall protection backed by various mechanisms like Auto Dial, Smart Keep Alive, Auto Reconnect and broken transfer resume.
Desktop telephone features that ore extended to the PC of laptop via the software include voice mail, the ability to receive incoming telephone calls and accept or transfer calls into voice mail or to another person, caller ID on incoming telephone calls, the ability to place outgoing telephone calls, auto dial tied to user's own database, call forward external features, and call-record features on the laptop or PC as a WAV file or into voice mail.
The unit also incorporates a fax modem, a 20-page document feeder, a 100-sheet paper cassette, 108 auto dial locations, 4 MB of memory, and a built-in handset.
The promotion behind it touts the company's proprietary Jog Dial feature, which provides the user with access to an alphabetical list of names stored in the auto dial.
Both modems feature auto dial and auto answer, a built-in speaker, CCITT V.
Additional features include auto dial, auto answer, auto disconnect, and 10 status LEDs on the external models.