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Kris

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Do you need to fork extensions to multiple phones?[ 6 votes ]
1.yes 6 / 100%
2.no 0 / 0%

Hi,

Is it posible to have multiple SIP phones connected to the same extension so they all ring at the same time?

If the answer is yes: how?
If the answer is no: when will it be possible?

[Updated on: Fri, 22 October 2010 15:42]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

"Forking" an extension to several phones is not possible in this version. You could either use a ring group or have several extensions assigned to the user.

As to your "when" question - if we see some more requests for this feature, we will include it in the plan for Operator 1.1.

Vladimir
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Kris

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what i need is that someone calls my on my extension that my desk phone, my portable phone and my mobile phone will ring at the same time.

I added a poll for this functionality.

Maybe a suggest idea button in the webadministration of Kerio Operator in the next version Wink
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automatica

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I too would like to be able to have a desk phone and a mobile ring at the same time. The mobile being a regular mobile, not a Wifi VOIP phone.

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ICT and Me

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That's a feature what must be a MUST!
A lot of companies work this way. Phone/Softphone/DECT/WiFI VoIP Phone and Mobile (GSM) the same time ringing with the same extension. I can imaging that softphone or personal HUD works together with the deskphone/dect.

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