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Topic # 24249 18-Jul-2008 21:40
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I've been trying to find out if with VFX there is something similar to what Telecom have with Call Track. I haven't been able to see anything listed but then again I may have been having a mans look Tongue out

We have 4 people living here and I'd like to be able to keep track of everyones toll calls to make it easier come bill time to split them.

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  Reply # 149342 18-Jul-2008 22:27
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Sorry, there is no such function with VFX.  We used to use Call Track too when we had a house full of homestay students.  It was a really handy way to avoid arguments over who made which calls.

With VFX, you will just have to rely on each person's honesty and the ability to download call records pretty much in real time, rather than much later when the paper bill arrives.  As I recall, My Telecom allowed you to download the call records the next day after the calls were made, but no Call Tracking Identifiers were available.

HTH,

Grant.

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  Reply # 149343 18-Jul-2008 22:32
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Foot in mouth



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  Reply # 149392 19-Jul-2008 08:54
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Thanks for that - wasn't sure if I'd missed something!

I'm not too worried as the people here are pretty honest - its just for the times that people forget that they called a number Surprised

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