X-Lite is a freeware program to place SIP-based phone calls over the internet.
How-to use the Plug-in
Save the script in the "~/Library/Address Book Plug-Ins" folder (create it if necessary).
If Address Book is running then quit it, and run it again.
Once the plug-in is installed it will be possible in the Address Book to place a X-Lite phone call through the contextual menu of a phone number.
The plugin strips out local international prefix, if any.
The first time the script is invoked the user is prompted for local international prefix, then the script stores it in preferences file (“com.faqintosh.AddressBookScripts”).
Such preferences are shared with other scripts by faqintosh.com, then the prefix could be already set.
© and Credits
Original software by faqintosh.com
Author: Marco Balestra
This software is distributed without any warranty.
It’s opensource but it’s not public domain, an explicit authorization of the author is needed in order to redistribute it.