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Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

(OP)
Changed a customer over from using the One-X mobile app to the workplace app. Everything with the VoIP is working fine so far, but they would like the ability to have the app work similar to the One-X app where if they had their cell phone selected as the "source" the IPO would call their cell phone, then call the person they wanted to call. Can workplace function similar?

RE: Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

(OP)
is this documented? I don't see a tech doc with the new FP.

RE: Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

(OP)
ok, thanks

RE: Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

(OP)
Wait, its says Avaya IP Office Server Edition 11.1 Feature Pack 2, but when reading the docs it definitely mentions the 500v2. but then again, I don't see an upgrade for the UCM either...

RE: Workplace in Telecommuter Mode

@gknight1, UCMs are dying in droves recently and I think Avaya is trying to pretend they don't exist any more, an App Server/Server Edition is pretty much the only way to go any more.

I wouldn't hold my breath on a UCM iso coming out...

Cheers,
BFG9K
Avaya IPO/ACCS Technician
Melbourne, Australia

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