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Vitaliy

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Please, help.

I have deployed Kerio VA (VM Ware eSXI). Everything is work - autoattendant, time scripts, etc.
Try to logon to Kerio MyPhone - web based sip phone. After login to MyPhoen message "your phone isn't registred. Contact your system administrator (to me Sad ). Anybody have any idea about this?

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

MyPhone does not contain the SIP phone functionality. You can use it to access voicemail, configure call forwarding, or to dial from your (desktop) phone.

Vladimir
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Vitaliy

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Dear Vladimir,

MyPhone:
You can now dial phone numbers directly from a web browser. Copy and paste a contact's phone number into MyPhone and click dial. Your desktop SIP phone will automatically connect with the other party - no dialing necessary! MyPhone also provides you with browser-based access to your own voicemail, call forwarding options, and call history.

What does it mean? Just words?

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

I am sorry. This is intended to say that you can use the MyPhone interface to initiate calls. The ability to copy and paste phone numbers makes dialing somewhat easier. I will ask our marketing department to rephrase the text to make it clearer. We might have a web-based SIP client in the future but we are not there yet.

Thank you for pointing to this.

Vladimir
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