Jabber to Jabber CallYou can make a call to another Cisco Jabber client using Jabber to Jabber calls. There are some differences using Jabber to Jabber calls:
You can make a Jabber to Jabber call with only one contact at a time.
When you are on a Jabber to Jabber call, if you call another contact your ongoing call will end.
When you start a Jabber to Jabber call with a contact and your contact starts a Jabber to Jabber call with you at the same time, your call is connected and you don't get any incoming call notice.
Step 1 Access the phone number options for your contact.
For example, right-click on a contact in your contact list and choose Call, or from a chat window, click on the phone numbers/address list drop-down list.
Step 2 Choose Jabber Call.
Send Call Icons To Contacts
You can send a call icon to another user in a chat window that they can simply click on to call you. These call icons give you an easy way to request calls from contacts. When someone receives a call icon, they can simply click on the icon to start a phone call with you.
Control Far-End Cameras
In calls that support far-end camera control, you can adjust the far-end camera to give you a better view during video calls or you can control the conference layout of cameras. A Show Far End Camera Control icon is displayed in your call if the far-end camera is enabled for control. When you select the icon, depending on the way that the call is connected, you can either use it to move the far-end camera or change the conference layout of video screens.
If you call a unit or person directly that has a device with a controllable camera, you can control the far-end camera even if multiple people call into that device at one time. However, if you call a Cisco bridge, then you can only control the conference layout by selecting how you want the various cameras to be displayed on your conference call.Before You Begin
This feature is available to you if the system you are calling supports it, and if your administrator has enabled it for you. You also need to be in softphone mode, which means you've selected Use my computer for calls in your hub window.
Add Custom RingtonesYou can add a custom ringtone and set it as your incoming ringtone. All sound files must be in .wav audio format. Supported formats include:
Step 1 Navigate to the Ringtones folder on your system. A typical installation path is: C:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco Systems\Cisco Jabber\Sounds\Ringtones. Step 2 Copy the custom ringtone file into the Ringtones folder. You can now see the new ringtone option on the Sounds and Alerts tab of the Options window.