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Master Geek
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Topic # 129474 17-Sep-2013 12:06 Send private message

I have a Yealink T22p connected to 2talk.

I have various numbers and would like to know if it possible to show the number being rung as well as caller ID. e.g. is the caller calling me via 555-5556 or 555-5557

Thanks,

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Master Geek


  Reply # 896927 17-Sep-2013 13:42 Send private message

The way I would do that is check in the call records on web page. But that is probably not as direct as you are looking for.



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  Reply # 896932 17-Sep-2013 13:45 Send private message

allstar1: The way I would do that is check in the call records on web page. But that is probably not as direct as you are looking for.


Good point, although the reason why is so I can answer the phone appropriately,

By the time I managed to log in and view the record I suspect they might just hang up. 

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  Reply # 896963 17-Sep-2013 14:21 Send private message

Still not a full solution but you can have Reception console running in a separate window on computer.



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 896972 17-Sep-2013 14:31 Send private message

allstar1: Still not a full solution but you can have Reception console running in a separate window on computer.

Thanks the console does work and it updates when calls are made which is nice.

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  Reply # 897081 17-Sep-2013 16:29 Send private message

Do you have a single registration on the phone? Or are the numbers using the 3 separate registration.
You get BLA on the line keys when they are in use or ringing so you just need to know what is registered on each line. I haven't used these directly on 2Talk (always use them with a PABX) but I think when you have multiple lines registered it will display the CID next to the line key it is ringing on.

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  Reply # 898868 20-Sep-2013 09:23 Send private message

Yeah you should get the soft/line key next to the registration flashing on the incoming call.






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  Reply # 898905 20-Sep-2013 10:24 Send private message

hads: Yeah you should get the soft/line key next to the registration flashing on the incoming call.

Thanks I just tested it and it works - And now I know what those buttons do which is great.

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