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Hallo All,

Since last week we have kerio Operator implanted as our telecom server in our company and i totally love it!
We already had the Kerio Connect en Control. So this feels like home Wink

But after struggling some time with the questions i have and i don't seem to find an answer i hope you could help or educate me?

The problem is that i have a snom 870 provisioned ( p1) and i have an iPhone app with ( u1) and an other handheld with ( u2)

so my extension looks like this:

(xxx) offline.
(xxx) u1 ip:192
(xxx) u2 ip:192
(xxx) P1 ip:192

when i get an call i and take the call with the p1. Then u1 and u2 lets me see missed call. How do i configure that it doesn't display it?

and an other question is when i have the provisioned phone p1 and take 1 call. How can i place the call in hold and receive an other call?
So i get 2 lines on provisioned phones?

Thanks for helping me out! Cant wait to see what the next revision will bring!

Greetings Tim

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Hi,

Thanks for your feedback! The list of missed calls in individual phones is something that Operator cannot influence. I do not think there is an API that would allow us to manipulate the lists inside the phones. I can see it would be quite useful, though, to have the same synchronized call history on all phones.

Holding a call and receiving another one is again a phone-specific function. It depends on how your SIP phone implements it. They usually use some context buttons around the phone display for this.

Vladimir
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