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telnic is releasing a number of .tel applications that allow you to search for .tel domains and easily manage your own .tel. The ".tel for BlackBerry" application
�integrates .tel into your address book.

  • Look up a .tel
  • Save .tel data to your address book
  • Synchronize your contacts with live .tel details
  • Control who can see your private data
  • Switch between your .tel profiles

tel for Blackberry

Version 1.3
Copyright 2009, Telnic Ltd.
License Agreement

The .tel application for BlackBerry devices with OS 4.1 and later enables you to integrate .tel data into your Address Book. With this application, you can view contact information in .tel domains and save it to your address book; please see a list of available actions below.

After installing the application, you will see a new .tel icon on the home screen, and new options in your address book. From the main screen, you can launch the .tel application to do the following:


Note: after installing the application, you will need to log into your TelFriends account. If you don't have an account in TelFriends, skip this step; you will still be able to use the application. To sign up for a free TelFriends account, go to

Lookup .tel domains

When you select Lookup .tel and enter the .tel name (no need for the ".tel"), the application will show you any text published in the domain, as well as the location and all public contact items. As you roll over each contact item, you can see its description, such as "Work fax" or "Mobile Voice Call".For any contact item, you can choose to:

  • Launch the approrpiate application: a call for phone numbers, BlackBerry Maps for a location, a text message for SMS (not in BlackBerry 4.1), and so on. For a link to a sub-domain or keywords, select Launch to go to that sub-domain or to see keywordss.
  • Import this contact item or Multi-import all contact data from this .tel to your address book; see details below.
  • Copy text of the contact item to the clipboard to use in other applications.

Import .tel data

When looking up a .tel domain, you get a list of contacts that you can use directly or save to your BlackBerry address book. To save the currently selected item, click Import in the menu; if you're browsing the .tel from the address book, the item is saved to the currently selected contact; otherwise, specify the contact where you wish this item to be saved. You can select the field you wish to import the result to, such as 'email' or 'work tel'. If the selected field is not empty, you will be prompted to overwrite the existing entry.

You can also import all contact items of a looked up .tel domain to a contact in one go - select Multi-import, select the contact where this information will be saved, and the fields where each contact item will use. You can multi-import to an existing contact or create a new one by selecting New Contact.

Note: with multi-import, you cannot overwrite non-empty fields or add more than one value in a field; if you need to use .tel data instead of your address book data, use the single Import option to merge contact details correctly.

Synchronize contact data

When you lookup a .tel domain, you can save it to a new or existing contact. This way, the domain is assigned to this contact in your address book, and you see the .tel enabled category in the list of options in the address book. This way, you can easily access all your contacts that have dynamic contact information in .tel domains.

The address book can store any contact items imported from a .tel domain, but you need to save the .tel domain first to perform lookups and synchronize data in future. If you need to change the .tel assigned to a contact, or send a friend request, go to the .tel options.

Manage friend relations

As explained above and on the website, TelFriends is a free and simple service for managing access to private data in .tel domains. If you have .tel domains, you manage your friend list through TelFriends, and if you don't have .tels, you use the website to send friend requests to see private .tel data. With the .tel application for BlackBerry, you can log into your TelFriends account to do both. The application will check for new messages periodically and display the number of unread messages. You can also check for new items manually:

  • To start, log into TelFriends; the application will remember your details as long as you do not select Logout. When logging in, type in your username and password, then enter the answer to your security question.
  • To see new friend requests for your .tel domains, add those domains first (go to Settings > Configure my .tel domains > Add), and then select Check Requests. You can accept or reject any new friend requests you receive.
  • To check friending responses, select Check Responses from the menu. Any friend response messages will be displayed in the message list. Responses are automatic messages that notify you that you have been accepted as a friend.

Switch between Profiles

For easier updates to .tel data, set up ready profiles with sets of data in your .tel domains, such as 'work profile' or 'vacation'. This way, you can add your domains to the .tel application on BlackBerry and switch between ready profiles to publish a ready set of contact items to the DNS. From the main menu, go to Switch Profile, and select the domain name you wish to update. The application will get the list of profiles and show which one is active. Select the profile you need to activate, and select Switch Profile again.

Change Settings

The .tel application for BlackBerry has specific settings inside the application and uses some global options, both described below.

From the Settings menu, you can:

  • Access TelFriends Settings - to log in and out of the TelFriends system. You will need to know your username, password and security question. After logging in, you can manage friend messages.
  • Configure my .tel domains - to add, edit and remove .tel domains that you own. You need to know the link for accessing your .tel control panel, and the username and password you need to log into it. These credentials are independent of your TelFriends login details. If you do not have the link to your .tel control panel, select Auto-provision URL to get the link automatically from the domain name. After logging in, you can manage profiles.
  • See the log file - to check for errors or warnings in the operation of this application.

The application can be further configured via the Options -> Access .tel Options menu, as follows.

  • DNS Server - the IP address of the DNS server to query for .tel domains. When the application starts, it will attempt to automatically obtain this value from a web server.
  • Lookup Timeout - the time, in seconds, to wait for a lookup response before giving up. If you are getting lots of timeout errors, you should increase this value.
  • Connection Type - a direct TCP connection, or a connection via a BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
  • Auto Refresh Period - the duration, in hours, to wait before the application fetches the list of new friend messages from the server. 0 will disable the automatic update feature.
  • Lookup History Size - the number of lookups to store in the lookup history list displayed on the lookup screen. 0 will disable this feature.
  • Version Check Period - the number of days before the application attempts to automatically check for updates. 0 will disable this feature.
  • Display LOC - the option to show/hide the location is the lookup results.
  • PSD Missing - the ability to configure what the application does when you are removed from somebody's friend list and cannot see private data. For the application, this produces an error that a secret sub-domain with private information is missing. You can configure this setting to Ignore the error, Notify you of it, or Remove the domain from your list of friends. In all cases, the application will continue and lookup the public information in this domain.
  • Logging Options - the message categories you wish to include in your log: network events for all DNS lookups; messaging for TelFriends requests and responses; application for internal data processing, or user interaction for your actions and selected menus.

Finally, you may need to define the TCP access point to use a direct TCP connection; for that, go to Options > Advanced Options > TCP. On older devices, the TLS setting needs to be configured via Options > Security Options > TLS > Handheld.

Other Options

From the main menu of the .tel application, you can access the help materials, check for newer versions of software, or exit. Hitting Exit quits the application, unlike selecting the back button, which will leave the application running in the background, this explicitly closes it.

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2)- Manage your .tel from the palm of your hand.

Telnic is releasing a number of .tel applications that allow you to search for .tel domains and easily manage your own .tel. "" allows you to manage your .tel from the palm of your hand.

  • Manage your .tel contacts, profiles and folders
  • Add or remove keywords
  • Control your private data
  • Update your location quickly on the go iPhone Application


Version 1.0 by Henri Asseily,
Copyright 2009, License Agreement
Report issues at .tel Community Forum enables you to manage your .tel domain, which can be your single point of contact for all your communications. If you don't have a .tel domain, buy now. If you have a .tel, log into application to manage your data; you can add public and private contact items, keywords, status information, locations; organize your data into folders, and manage your friend list.

When you first install and open the application, it asks you to log into your .tel for editing. You only need to do this once.

Manage and update your .tel by using tabs:

  • Status - what you are working on:
    • selected domain or sub-domain (a.k.a., folder)
    • selected profile to which you will add text, contact items and keywords; 'not active' means the selected profile cannot be seen on the Internet
    • status info, the text header displayed at the top of your .tel with the selected profile
  • Contact info - your public and private contact items associated with the selected profile located in the selected folder
  • Keywords - text that helps identify you, such as your profession or hobbies
  • Location - map coordinates that link to a map; can be synced with your GPS location or set manually
  • Privacy - groups of friends of your .tel and the private data that they can see

Contact Information

Contact information is the central element of your . tel; it can be anything you want: email address, Skype ID, phone number, website link, and so on. Use this screen to manage your contact items.

To add a new contact, touch + and:

  1. Swipe through the left-hand list to select your contact type
  2. (optional) Swipe through the right-hand list to set the contact location, such as home, work, or transit
  3. (optional) Enter a comment or additional details in the Label field; it'll appear in blue in your application, or in grey when viewed in a browser
  4. Enter the contact item value, such as the number for a phone number or the website address for a web link
  5. (optional) Make the item private. By default, a new contact is public, but by tapping the status, you can select with friend groups it belongs to

To edit an existing contact, touch the blue arrow on the right and update as needed. For private cotacts, you can see which friend groups can access this contact, and can manage them.

You can also organize contact items; in the list of contacts, touch Edit and:

  • Delete a contact item by tapping the red minus on the left; tap Delete to confirm or the minus to cancel
  • Enable or disable a contact by switching it on/off; disabled contacts don't get published to the DNS and are greyed out in contacts list
  • Re-order contact items by touching the right-hand icon and moving the contact up or down


Keywords can help you identify and characterize yourself and your .tel domain. You can use one of the pre-set keyword categories shown below or F (Free Text) if no category fits your needs.

N Name D Directory Information
A Address H Hobbies & interests
BA Business address F Free text
W Work information

To add a new keyword, touch +, choose your category, fill in the fields, and click Save to confirm. If you want, you can add an additional label to describe your keyword.

To edit or delete an existing keyword, click Edit, and tap the keyword in the list.


Location includes geographic coordinates that you can set to be the same as your GPS location. If GPS is enabled, you will be offered to set your location when starting

You can update this setting on the Location screen. Navigate the map to the spot where you want to set your location, and tap Set .tel marker. You can also switch to your GPS location by using the arrow icon on the left and selecting the appropriate option.

To delete your location, click the Bin icon.


Privacy allows you to organize the people you have added into your friend list. You can have a number of friend groups, such as Family or Partners, each with a personalized set of private data they can access. Tap a group to see which data they can see.

By default, you have a group of All Friends, which is your entire friend list. You can add more groups by clicking +. To manage a group, touch its name and see which contact items the group can see. You can also rename or delete the group.


The text message allows you to add an introduction to your .tel. Each profile can have a different status message shown on the Status screen. Tap Edit to add, update or delete the message.


You can add structure to your .tel by organizing sub-domains, or folders. displays the currently selected folder (main .tel name or sub-domain name) in the Current Folder field on the Status screen. Tap the name to see what sub-folders you've got.

To switch to a different folder, tap Select, and then Done. You'll return to the main Status screen. Any contact items, status message, or keywords that you enter get added to the currently selected folder. Note that private contacts are only supported in your main folder, not in sub-domains.

To delete a folder, click Edit and then Delete to confirm.


A profile is a set of data that you can publish in the DNS with one touch. You can set up profiles for work, leisure, travel, etc., and switch between them to avoid entering many contact items each time your life situation changes. By default, all you add to your .tel gets into your default profile.

To manage profiles, go to Profile on the Status tab; to exit when you've finished, click Done and return to the previous page. You can:

  • Create a new profile: click + enter the profile name
  • Select a profile for editing: tap the profile and click Select - the green tick moves to this profile
  • Enable a profile to publish it to the DNS: tap the profile and click Enable - the purple tick moves to this profile
  • Rename a profile by tapping Rename
  • Delete a profile by tapping the Bin icon

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3) - Navigate .tel data and see your friends on a map

Telnic is releasing a number of .tel applications that allow you to search for .tel domains and easily manage your own .tel. "SuperBook" allows you to quickly and easily navigate .tel data and add .tel domains to your address book

  • View and navigate all publicly available .tel information quickly and with minimal data connectivity
  • Touch-to-communicate for all supported contact types
  • View locations of your friends with an embedded map


4)- Enhance your Outlook�� contacts with live .tel data� -

Telnic is releasing a number of .tel applications that allow you to search for .tel domains and easily manage your own .tel. The .tel plug-in for Outlook allows you to store .tel data in your Outlook contacts.

  • Look up a .tel
  • Save .tel data to Outlook contacts
  • Update your Outlook contacts with live .tel details
  • Control who can see your private data
  • Switch between your .tel profiles

For more information, please consult :

.tel for Outlook

Version 1.3
Copyright 2009, Telnic Ltd.
License Agreement

The .tel plug-in for Microsoft Outlook� application enables you to extend your Contacts with .tel data.

After installing the plug-in, you will see a new toolbar in your Outlook interface, with ".tel actions" with all your controls, a search field, and a button for logging into TelFriends to see friend request messages.

Note: when you first run Outlook after installing this plug-in, it will ask you to log into the TelFriends account. If you don't have an account in TelFriends, skip this step; you will still be able to use the plug-in. To sign up for a free TelFriends account, go to

View .tel domains

To view a .tel domain, type in the domain name in the search field, and press Enter. The system shows the .tel contacts in a new window. You can click any contact, and the plug-in will launch the application assigned to this type of contact in your Preferences; for example, clicking a Skype ID will launch your Skype application by default. If you want the system to start a different application, please configure Outlook launchers.

Save .tel data to Contacts

You can save a .tel to your Outlook contacts. For that:

  1. Choose whether you want to save the .tel:
    1. To a new contact. Enter the name and (optionally) company of the contact.
    2. To an existing account. Choose the contact from the list.
  2. Map .tel contact items to Contact fields.
    1. To import a contact item, select the field from the drop-down menu.
    2. To skip a contact item, choose Do not import.
  3. Click Import when you're done.
  4. Complete the operation by clicking Save and close. To stop the import without saving, click Close. To view the contact, click Return to .tel.

Update your Contacts with .tel data

After saving a .tel to a Contact in Outlook, you can always see that .tel and keep the contact data synchronized with it. To update your Contacts, go .tel Actions > Refresh .tel Contacts. The system will check whether any .tels have been updated since you saved the contact items locally, and will offer to view the .tel or the contact item, if any differences are found.

To import new contact items from a .tel, click View and save the new data to your existing contact.

Contacts and .tel

If you do not know which .tel a given contact uses, go to Contacts in Outlook, open the contact and switch to the Add-ins tab. You will see .tel Contacts with the .tel domain name, and the "friending� status, which indicates whether the domain may have private data for you:

  • If you are not a friend, the status will be Not Friended. Click to open the menu under the status to send a friend request and become a friend.
  • If you are in the list of friends for this domain, you see see the status Friended. Click View if you wish to see the full .tel domain content.

To add a different domain to this contact, click Edit, type in the new .tel domain name, and click Save.

Log into TelFriends

When you first start your .tel plug-in for Outlook, it requests that you login to TelFriends. If you don't want to login immediately, or have no TelFriends account, skip this step.

To login later, go to .tel Actions > Preferences > TelFriends ID. You can save your username and password, and choose to login at startup automatically. This way, the plug-in will log you into TelFriends automatically every time Outlook starts, and you will be able to see any pending friend requests.

Add .tel Domains

Here you can configure the domains that you own, so that you can check for friend requests and switch the profiles of your domains. If you don't have .tel domains, go to .tel Actions > Buy a .tel to see a list of companies that sell .tel domains.

Switch Profiles

If you have setup profiles in your .tel control panel, you can switch between them in your Outlook plug-in. With this option, you don't need to log into your .tel control panel to update the set of contact data that is published on the Web.

Configure Outlook Launchers

You can choose which application is launched when you click certain .tel contact items; for example, you can configure Outlook to launch your preferred internet browser to open web links in .tel domains.

Go to .tel Actions > Launchers to see the current settings. When you start, the plug-in uses system default settings. If you install new applications, click Check Availability to add them to the list of available launchers in Outlook. If an application you want to use does not show up in the list, click Add a Launcher and navigate to the folder of that application on your system.�

Configure the .tel Plug-in

Your preferences also allow you to enable the .tel plug-in to search for updates automatically, and to set the frequency for these version checks. If an update is available, you will be taken to the download website, where you can download and install the new version of the plug-in.

Full Install (40MB) -�

Express Install (12MB,
excludes Microsoft external components)
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5)  - integrate .tel into your main website.

Telnic is releasing a number of .tel applications that allow you to manage your own .tel and easily integrate it into your existing site. With this webmaster tool, you can quickly create a "Contact Us" page that automatically displays information from your .tel, see an example at

To create a Contact Us page using this tool, do the following:

  • Download the archive.
  • Unzip the archive and choose to use the PHP or Perl script.
  • Consulting the sample .html file, embed the scripts into your
    Contact Us page.
  • Publish the new Contact Us page, the scripts, and the /lib/ directory on the web server.

For detailed instructions, please consult the README in the zip file.

6) .tel Windows Mobile� Application 0.9 Beta� -

  • Supports Pocket PC or Smartphone on Microsoft� Windows Mobile OS v 5.0 with Pocket Outlook
  • Searches and navigates .tel domains
  • Manages public content of a .tel domain
  • Saves .tel data to the address book

7) .tel Contact Manager Plug-in for Wordpress blog v 1.2 Beta

  • As part of the blog layout, displays current public records in associated .tel
  • Click-to-communicate on displayed contact data
  • Embeds as a widget to the blog sidebar
  • Hard-coded configuration (not from the URL)
  • Enables a Google Map with the displayed location


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