This may be a dumb question, but I'm not cisco ip phone tech savvy at all... I just need to set up music on hold on our five SPA525G office phones. I can't seem to find a simple way to do this. There's a video on YouTube showing how to do this using Cisco Unified Call Management, but I have no idea what that is. All I want is music on hold. Is there not just a simple way to do this? Like installing music to the phone. We don't have a central server. Of course, I could upload music to our web hosting server and put a URL somewhere, but where would I put this URL and would that even work.
I know to you guys this is probably the dumbest question you've ever read, but I'm an office admin guy working for a charity and we just need Music on Hold.
I managed to configure the phones quite easily to use with Zadarma (virtual PBX), so that wasn't a problem. I thought Music on Hold would be a piece of cake, but I'm completely baffled.
Really hoping someone can help explain (in a language that this dumb, old guy can understand).
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