>It just looks a lot more maintainable and reliable if the PC is removed

>from the process altogether. The iSeries doesn't freeze or BSOD like a 
>PC, has lots better logging, and you can debug programs much more
easily.

Agreed.

How about Missing link?  I think they can call out and record the status
of the call.  

I use them for inbound calls.  It's all RPG.

http://www.imessagingsystems.com/products/ivoice.htm

Quote:  "Call-Out - place outbound calls and begin "interactive
conversations" or leave messages."

It is a PC that does the actual dialing though.  My customers have maybe
had to reboot once or twice a year due to a lockup.   You can also
reboot the PC by ending the As/400 subsystem.

Art Tostaine, Jr.
CCA, Inc.
Jackson, NJ 08527



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