In the fourth and final video of our short how-to series on Office 365, Trevor Pott explores the software's unified communications' capabilities. Watch Video paper cut-out men holding hands in linked semi-circle
Will this info on "unified communications" cover how best to talk to your NSA handler?
Says Jajah Voice is being discontinued on the 31st of August?
Fallen out already?
Presumably you can use any SIP provider Trevor?
No, you can not use any provider. Only those that have received the magic stamp of approval.
Sorry, but I work for a company that sells this stuff. Even if you get the salesman drunk he cannot describe what it actually is. He can go on for days about what it should be. We implemented it in-house years ago, and usage is 0%.
So... what's the advantage over a simple Asterisk setup?
I mean with Asterisk I can use any sip provider, I can hook up normal ISDN (or whatever) telephone lines and even connect normal ISDN or VoIP telephones to it any way I want.
And of course, it can just send voicemail to e-mail... that's a trivial feature.
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