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Using CBC or CCC

Using CBC or CCC

Using CBC or CCC

(OP)
Hi there,

A custmer wants to see the number of call waiting calls, the called the've missed and the number of free lines on a big tv screen. Well i don't have a problem with the tv screen, but only whit the problem witch can show this information.
I'm using CBC right now. Only with this programm i cannot change the size of the sreens. (becouse i'd like to see the information without graphs, only numbers).

I also don't want to log in as an agent by pressing a password and user name.

Question: Is there a programm witch can show  the number of call waiting calls, the called the've missed and the number of free lines, very clear and big; without logging in as an agent? Is this all possible by using CCC.

Greets

samoht

RE: Using CBC or CCC

Using CCC with desktop wallboards will give you the features you want but you still have to log into the client with an agent number.

RE: Using CBC or CCC

With CCCv5 you can use the /PLASMA option when launching PC Wallboard to allow you to run in enhanced mode without consuming an agent licence.

Peter

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