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One-click Conference Join thru Jabber

ross147839
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We just got Jabber, and I'm not sure if this is a feature or not...  When I send meeting invites thru email or thru MS Outlook 2007, can I format the invite so that people using Jabber can one-click their way into dialing the conference line, conference code, and meeting password?  In other words, can I format my meeting invite so people don't need to dial into the meeting, they can just click on the meeting invite and all the dialing is done for them by Jabber?

thx,

Ross

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skilambi
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Not found a way to do that natively. Jabber does register with Windows protocol handlers like sip so if you have a number with sip: it will show a hyperlink. This works within the calendar invite not in the subject or location. However commas aren't supported by Jabber like they are with Phones which is useful to introduce pauses when you dial into a conference bridge

Pause In Speed Dial CUCM 9.x | IP Telephony | Cisco Support Community | 5961 | 126846

I tried with the latest Jabber version and there is no support yet. Considering there are free apps for IPhone and Droid to do the same with audio conference bridges it would be nice to build this natively

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skilambi
VIP Alumni
VIP Alumni

Not found a way to do that natively. Jabber does register with Windows protocol handlers like sip so if you have a number with sip: it will show a hyperlink. This works within the calendar invite not in the subject or location. However commas aren't supported by Jabber like they are with Phones which is useful to introduce pauses when you dial into a conference bridge

Pause In Speed Dial CUCM 9.x | IP Telephony | Cisco Support Community | 5961 | 126846

I tried with the latest Jabber version and there is no support yet. Considering there are free apps for IPhone and Droid to do the same with audio conference bridges it would be nice to build this natively

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