Any phone dialers that integrate with Outlook?

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MICROSOFT

#1
I want one program (is this called Contact Management?) where I can

contact people by clicking an email link, IM (Skype, MSN, Yahoo) and most

importantly phone dialing. In the same place I can click their email

address I want to be able to click their phone number and have it dial. I

will hear the dialing on my computer speakers because its using a phone

modem (is USB best?). When they pick up I should be able to talk to them

with the phone modem through the computer mic. If this isn't possible

I'll have to pick up the phone and hang up the computer connection - not a

good solution. Any recommendations? In the future I'd like to run my

life on my laptop and the phone will be part of it. I hate cell phones

with their poor voice quality so I'm concentrating on POTS (traditional)

phone lines as my calls are important. Also if I'm calling a cell, its

much better if one of us has a good line. If both of us have lousy

connections communication is severely hampered.
 
Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
#2
Modem drivers are what control whether it connects with outlook and if a

speakerphone works with the dialer.

Honestly, if you are concerned about quality, you'd use a handset, not a

speakerphone on the computer. Even with a headset, the quality is usually

not as good as a decent phone.

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> I want one program (is this called Contact Management?) where I can
> contact people by clicking an email link, IM (Skype, MSN, Yahoo) and most
> importantly phone dialing. In the same place I can click their email
> address I want to be able to click their phone number and have it dial. I
> will hear the dialing on my computer speakers because its using a phone
> modem (is USB best?). When they pick up I should be able to talk to them
> with the phone modem through the computer mic. If this isn't possible
> I'll have to pick up the phone and hang up the computer connection - not a
> good solution. Any recommendations? In the future I'd like to run my
> life on my laptop and the phone will be part of it. I hate cell phones
> with their poor voice quality so I'm concentrating on POTS (traditional)
> phone lines as my calls are important. Also if I'm calling a cell, its
> much better if one of us has a good line. If both of us have lousy
> connections communication is severely hampered.
 

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