Settings in Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad
Disable VoIP Call Over Mobile Network
If you don't want to receive calls or make calls on mobile network, you can disable the VoIP call over mobile network.
|1||On the Settings screen, tap Call Options.|
|2||Under Call capability over cellular network, tap Disable Call Function. Disabling the VoIP on cellular networks results in the following changes:|
Set Audio Output for Voice Messages
Set Low-Bandwidth Mode
Cisco Jabber uses low-bandwidth mode to optimize the audio for low-bandwidth networks. This may improve call quality for VoIP calls.
If you have questions about your system setup, contact your system administrator.
Set a Ringtone
Set Calling Options
This procedure applies only to Phone Services accounts that have the Dial Via Office (DVO) feature enabled.
Add an Alternate Dial via Office Callback Number
When you use DVO, the corporate calling system calls you back to start all calls. The DVO callback number is usually your mobile phone number.
Set Up a Voicemail Account
Get your account information from your system administrator. For Voicemail accounts, you need a username, password, server address, and in some cases, a port.
View Notices and Disclaimers
Send Feedback to Cisco
View User Guides
|1||On the Settings screen, under Help, tap User Guides.|
|2||Tap to view the following content. |
Send Problem Report
|1||On the Settings screen, under Help, tap Problem Reporting.|
|2||Tap Detailed Logging to turn it on.|
|3||Reproduce your problem.|
|4||Tap Send Problem Report email. |
Cisco Jabberopens your email application with a new message that contains a prefilled subject line and attached log files.
|5||Enter a description of the problem in the body of the email message and send it to your system administrator. |
To save battery power and storage space, tap Detailed Logging to turn it off after you no longer need it.