Dial a Contact using a SIP URI

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User Guide for Cisco Jabber Windows 11.9 | User Guide | Calls | Dial a Contact using a SIP URI

You can use URI dialing to make calls and resolve contacts with Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI). For example, a user named Anita Perez has the following SIP URI associated with her directory number: aperez@example.com. URI dialing allows you to call Anita with her SIP URI rather than her directory number.

You can also send DTMF tones with the SIP URI.

Your administrator must enable URI dialing.

Procedure
Call a contact using their SIP URI:
  • Enter the SIP URI and click the call button.

    Matching results are displayed as you type.

  • To send DTMF tones, enter the full SIP URI, followed by the DTMF tones. For example, to dial Anita Perez at extension 1234, enter aperez@example.com,1234.



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