Halloo Hints: Click to Call and WebCall are the same

Click2CallQ: I tried to open a WebCall account, but it didn’t work for me. That’s when I found out I could already use the click-to-call features and buttons on my existing plan. Are they the same?

A: Yes. Click to Call is the name of the feature which allows you to post links on your website and in e-mail to allow callers to call you toll free. WebCall is a Halloo service plan which gives you Click-to-Call and voicemail, but does NOT include a telephone number. So you can sign up for WebCall to make calls out, and to receive calls via the web, but in order to receive calls from people who dial you directly, you would upgrade to a Halloo Solo plan, which gives you a Toll Free number.

Click to Call is a standard feature of all Halloo plans: WebCall, Solo, Office, Business VoIP, and FlexCall Center.

Halloo Hints: Add a CallMe! button to Outlook

Adding a CallMe! button to your Outlook signature is similar to the other email programs. The key is to create a small file using a text editor like Notepad containing the HTML signature.

  1. Go to the CallMe Button Wizard at Support > Click-to-Call and enter your Account-ID and extension.
  2. Decide how you want your button to look and then copy the HTML from the box in Step-4 into a plain text file using an editor such as Notepad.
  3. Add any other personal information you want to the file, and save it with the name “signature.html”.
  4. In Outlook, go to Tools > Options > Mail Format > Signatures.
  5. Pressing the Signatures button will show you your current signatures (if any). Press [New…].
  6. Pick the option “Use this file as a template:”, and then open your saved “signature.html” file.
  7. Click [Next >] and make any additions needed to the file.
  8. Click [Finish], and when you return to the Options window, select the new signature in the “Signature for new messages:” and “Signature for replies and forwards:” options.
  9. Click [OK] to finish!

That should take care of using the CallMe! button in Outlook. Take a look at screenshots.