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Unread 07-10-2007, 07:15 AM   #1
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Default WAP + mobile.voxalot.com and Web Callback

Some users at sipnet.ru recommends your service as very usefull and flexible,
so I reged and tryed to use "Web Callback" feature, its works great from PC!

I'v also tried to use mobile.voxalot.com (with ssl\not ssl)
But my Sagem mobile didnt get there ... whats wap specs for this service?
is it possible to use Mobile Call-Back for old mobiles ? (wap 1.x)

Suggestion \ maybe Solution:
I'v opened Mobile Call-Back from PC by Opera browser and made some calls there ...

As web-adresess of Mobile Call-Back phonebook was something like
mobile.voxalot.com/action/callBackEntry?task=call&OID=nnnn

Can I somehow get an Old-Mobiles-compliant WAP link to such request?
(or such plain link with uniqe id directly from Web Callback Phonebook page)

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Unread 07-10-2007, 08:30 AM   #2
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whats wap specs for this service?
Hi,

We are using xhtml-mobile10
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We are using xhtml-mobile10
too bad for my wml \ wap 1.2 browser ...


can anyone recommend some good wml WapGate \ online Web->Wap converters to use with mobile.voxalot.com ?

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Unread 07-10-2007, 03:58 PM   #4
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If your phone supports Java, maybe you could use Opera Mini?
http://www.operamini.com/
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Unread 07-10-2007, 05:20 PM   #5
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opera mini at wml\wap1.2 only device ...
(there is no spot of java on such devices)


yeswap.com is good\safe enough for such xhtml to wml proxy?! ... but Google translator (Google wml) makes wml pages better

WapReview.com - Mobile Proxies

Html To WML (link)
It seems like wml sites are disappearing faster than wml-only phones. If you're stuck with a wml-only device, this transcoder converts (x)html pages into wml. Supports forms but not images.

Google wml (link)
The wml version of Google mobile search used to have a "Go To Url" option that let specify the url of a website. Google then returned a copy of the site transcoded into wml. The transcoding wasn't very fancy, everything except text and links was stripped out. Still, it let you view any site on a wml-only phone. Google still offers the transcoding functionality as part of their mobile search portal for both wml and wap2 but the ability to directly enter a url disappeared sometime last year. I'm not sure why they dropped it but I suspect some product manager thought is was too geeky. Eventually, the go to url functionality returned as a separate page, but only for Wap2 not for wml.

I got to thinking about this when I was looking at the server logs for my mobile portal, yeswap.com which comes in both wml and wap2 flavors. I was surprised that I was still getting a lot of hits to the wml pages, almost 50% of the total. A fair number of the wml requests come from countries like Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Turkmenistan - I guess that's where our old phones wind up when we are done with them. I decided to whip together a little replacement for the Google "Go to url" feature. It lets you enter an address and then calls the Google html to wml transcoder. I don't know if anyone will use it but at least it's available. The url is yeswap.com/goto.wml. For users of the Yeswap mobile portal, just follow the menus to Technology/Internet/Mobile Proxies

One nice feature of the old Google html to wml transcoder is that if you pass it an address that returns a wml page, the transcoder gracefully steps aside and passes the original page to you. I wish the Google's wap2 transcoder did the same when it finds a mobile page.

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IMHO:

if there will be such minimalistic\low-traffic enterence to your service like wap.voxalot.com/action/login.wml
it would be better for mobile users, than using squeezers, wapgates or googles ...
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