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xcaliba 06-17-2006 11:31 PM

4 - Add register status information
10 - get BBP Global to work
12 - User definable Voicemail answer delay and on/off.
13 - Call logs / history.
21 - Dial plan fail over.

melston 06-18-2006 01:14 AM

my votes
 
18
12
21
4


Configurable options for voicemail are important for me, one other thing that would be useful to me would be .mp3 format (instead of .wav) for voicemails. reason being that i receive emails on my blackberry that can play .mp3 attachments but not .wav files.

Great service! I have an HT-286 and a handful of sip providers so i can make dial plans. I like the message waiting functionality of voxalot as well!

thanks!
Mark

mewnz 06-18-2006 05:32 AM

21 - Dial plan fail over. i.e if dialling an entry fails, look for the next matching priority (if one exists) and try that one.
13 - Call logs / history.
4 - Add register status information
22 - Build SMS call-back
9 - fix speed dials for voxalot.com.au

stephenh 06-18-2006 06:43 AM

4 - Add register status information
21 - Dial plan fail over.
18 - Add an advanced provider details screen...
10 - get BBP Global to work
13 - Call logs / history.

affinity 06-18-2006 07:34 AM

  1. 4 - Add register status information
  2. 13 - Call logs / history.
  3. Aren't these two the same,like 3 and 13?
    8 - allow forward to mobile or fixed line number via one of our providers.
    and
    16 - Call forwarding via dial plan, i.e. ability to set up a call forward to any number (including PSTN)
  4. 18 - Add an advanced provider details screen allowing Voxalot to handle unusual provider requirements
  5. 22 - Build SMS call-back [see notes/comments on 17 below too!]


Others that I would have like to have included [in order]:
20 - On update allow password fields to be optional
9 - fix speed dials for voxalot.com.au
1 - Pre-defined SIP Broker / VoXaLot provider entries
12 - User definable Voicemail answer delay and on/off.
2 - Look at 3way call problem.
10 - get BBP Global to work
14 - A way to reset or change your VM password
21 - Dial plan fail over. i.e if dialling an entry fails, look for the next matching priority (if one exists) and try that one.


Some of these with further notes/comments
17 - Similar functionality for Web Callback - option to route call legs via dialplan defaults
- more useful if via SMS; send two numbers via SMS callback, both go through the dial plan to decide on call route.

19 - Ability to re-org dial plan entries
- not really that important as you can have sparse numbering with gaps already.
- although it would be much better to be able to raise/lower entries.

6 - Check CID problem for some registered providers

5 - Check 1800 number problem in Oz
- 1800 numbers are better off via PSTN if available as they are free already.

7 - Check incoming one-way audio problems with Vbuzzer
11 - Fix inbound Voipfone


15 - specify our own voicemail extension number (instead of the default 500)
- I see NO need for this at all, why might this be useful?

affinity 06-18-2006 07:35 AM

Another nice feature would be an announcement just before the call takes place on which provider is being used -- this could hopefully be turned on / off as required by the user.

BBD 06-18-2006 08:23 AM

10
5
21
4
19

thanks Martin! glad to see you guys are asking the user's opinions on this. keep up the sensational work.

BBD 06-18-2006 08:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by martin
5 - Check 1800 number problem in Oz
6 - Check CID problem for some registered providers

me again, i was just wondering, do you think that issue 6 could be directly related with issue 5? what i mean is that if you do not have CID activated, some numbers are inaccessable. for example, when i had my CID hidden, i could not dial 131166 (and many other 13 and 1300 numbers), however, now that i do have it showing, i am able to call all 13 and 1300 numbers using my VSP.

oh and i have an extra suggestion, as per my comments above, some numbers are inaccessable unless you have CID, this is extremely annoying for people who do not have DIDs, so what would be excellent is if some how voxalot is able to attach a CID to phone calls depending on where the person is calling from. for example, if i call 131166 without CID showing, it would be great if voxalot added a generic Melbourne CID to my call, therefore i can get through to them even though i have CID blocked. then for people in CID, voxalot would give them a generic Syd CID (and so on). i am not sure if this is possible, but i can tell you that i would help a lot of people out there who use VoIP without a DID (or if they do have a DID but are using a seperate provider for certain calls, e.g provider 1 with a DID is used to call local calls, but provider 2 could be used for 13 and 1300 numbers, however, you dont have a DID with them so you would be unable to use it).

let me know what you think

affinity 06-18-2006 10:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBD
if some how voxalot is able to attach a CID to phone calls depending on where the person is calling from

I believe it is possible. Koala for one will do CID provided you can prove ownership of the number. But Koala is a full service company [not sure how good or bad yet, but that is OT]. They may have access to more resources at this level than voxalot, although they may not also.

Any comments Martin?

martin 06-18-2006 10:59 AM

Attaching a CID is easy enough for us to do. We wouldnt want to provide people the ability to spoof numbers though, so we would need to evaluate this request.


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