User Guide for Cisco Jabber Windows 11.9 | User Guide | Calls | Call a Number on your Browser from Jabber Procedure
You can highlight a phone number in your Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers and right-click to call it using Jabber.
|1 || If you are using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, download the Jabber Call extension. If you are using Internet Explorer, you don't need to do anything. |
In a Chrome browser, navigate to the Extensions menu in your settings, and search for Jabber Call, then Add to Chrome.
In a Firefox browser, navigate to the Add-Ons menu in your settings, and search for JabberCallAddOn, then install.
|2 || In a browser, if there's a number you want to call, just highlight the number and right-click over it. |
|3 || From the menu that opens, select Call with Jabber. |
- Call: Jabber picks up the number that you've highlighted and dials it. In Internet Explorer, you'll see Call with Jabber.
- Call and Edit: Jabber puts the highlighted text into the calling bar on Jabber, which lets you change the numbers slightly if you need to format it or change the number slightly before you press the call button. You might first need to accept a pop-up window telling you that the browser is going to open an external application called Jabber. In Internet Explorer, you'll see Call and edit with Jabber.
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