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Topic # 129030 1-Sep-2013 18:55
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Would the Remote Office feature allow me to use Bria on my cellphone as a VFX line?

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  Reply # 887894 1-Sep-2013 19:02
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No but open VFX would, remote office let's you put in a remote number to where calls will divert to and using the web app allows you to make outbound calls from that number as well.




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  Reply # 887896 1-Sep-2013 19:10
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maverick: No but open VFX would, remote office let's you put in a remote number to where calls will divert to and using the web app allows you to make outbound calls from that number as well.


Thanks for the swift reply.  I was put off using OpenVFX (3-4 years ago) as I was told it's difficult to set up and VFX don't offer support.  I have a Linksys SPA2102 which I'd be using too, would they be easy enough to setup?  It would just be nice to get calls on my phone when I'm not home.

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  Reply # 887951 1-Sep-2013 20:54
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You could do a call forward no answer after number of rings

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