estos UCServer supports message dispatch for unanswered calls.
|There are an array of new features for unanswered phone calls compared with estos UCServer 3.0. E-mails that were previously sent for missed phone calls from the client or server are now sent centrally via the server. It is configured in the server in which cases e-mails for missed phone calls are dispatched. The single user decides for himself whether he would like to receive them or not. Settings for missed phone calls are now configured separately for the journal and the e-mail dispatch.|
The message is always sent to the line owner's address. This is identified via User administration
|estos UCServer supports the recognition of parallel switchings, group calls, cyclic call distribution and redirection in the call phase. This helps prevent dual delivery of unanswered calls, even if the call rang on several phones.|
Send an email even if the call is accepted by another party
If this option is enabled an Email is sent to the called party even if the call is accepted by another party (e.g. per pickup).
Use the caller’s e-mail address as the sender
If this option is active, the e-mail notification has the caller as a sender. With this option you permit a direct contact with the caller.
|If you use a Groupware solution for absence notifications, the caller receives a message with the absence note you provided. With this the caller is informed when the person can be contacted again or if specified in the absence note they can contact a colleague.|
Attach caller contact details as a vCard to the e-mail
Contact information which was established via the Contact search can be automatically attached as vCard to the e-mail. This also permits access to all the caller's contact data if you are not in the office.
Assign the following prefix to telephony links
Activate this option, if a phone number should be formatted as a link when sending notifications of missed calls through email. The reference line will take the place of the HRef attribute of the introductory <a> tag. This reference line may be standardized with the help of a prefix. The following prefixes may be preset by you.
Use this language
You can set the language in which the e-mails are sent. The languages for which files exist in the languages directory are available.