we are using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC on Windows 10 on the desktop PCs and laptops and we want to use a PDF document like an adress book, e.g.:
Anna Schmidt - Phone: 069 1234-567 E-Mail: email@example.com
Case 1. Emailing If we open the PDF document with Adobe Reader DC and click on the Email-links, Windows asks which application should be used for mailing and after choosing the application Windows opens a new mail window and the mail address of Anna is already filled in the recipient-field. It works both in the free available Adobe Reader DC and free available Perfect PDF 10.
Case 2. Calling phone nr. If we open the PDF document with free available Perfect PDF 10 application and click on the Phone-links, Windows asks which application should be used for calling and our phone application ask f the phone number of Anna should be called now. If we open the PDF document with free available Adobe Reader DC and click on the Phone-links, Windows does nothing. Nothing happened.
We use the links of phone numbers in this format: tel:+49 69 1234-567
Question 1: Does the free available Adobe Reader DC supports tel-links/phone-number-links? Question 2: If Adobe Reader DC supports tel-links, why does the Adobe Reader DC not open our tel/phone-links? Is maybe the format wrong? What is the right one?