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    Is there a COM (Component Object Model) interface for TeamSpeak3?

    Is there a COM interface for TeamSpeak3 that I can use to find out if my client is talking or not, has new messages, find out programmatically if my microphone is muted, ect.

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    There are two good possibilities to query such informations from 3rd party apps:

    (1) The ClientQuery Interface, advantage is it is an official part of the client, so it is maintained and enabled by default in all TS3 clients and uses easy tcp/ip socket for data exchange. See http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...ntQuery-Plugin for details
    (2) Writing a plugin for the TS3 Client that exports any information you want in any way you want it to be exported (the clientquery is basically such a plugin).
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