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Using one-X Portal

Note that the language used for myuddy commands matches that set for the user on the telephone system.

Command

Argument

 

at

cell

Set your current location or number for call functions initiated by you from mybuddy. The value for cell, home and work are set through your one-X Portal preference. See Storing Numbers.

This value is used by your call, conference, listen and pickup commands unless you specify an alternate location or number is specified when entering the command.

work

home

<number>

call

<name>

Start a call between your set at location and the specified name or number.

<number>

<name> from <name>

Call the from and then start a call to the other name or number.

<name> from <number>

<number> from <name>

<number> from <number>

conference

cell

You can initiate a Meet Me conference and also control the actions of each of the participants in the conference. As each participant enters your conference, the system displays a message. The participant number assigned to each participant is shown in square brackets.

For example, if John Smith joins the conference, the system displays:

(11:00:01) mybuddy: John Smith (200) entered your conference as participant [1] Thursday, July 14, 2011 11:00 AM

work

home

<number>

find

<name>

Display the contact number and presence status of the matching first and or last name contacts in the directory.

follow

<name>

Follow the availability of the target. If the contact does not publish any calendar or telephony presence information, the system does not send you any notification. The system sends you a notification whenever the contact:

Concludes a meeting or an appointment

Disconnects an ongoing phone call

Changes their presence from Away, DND, or Offline to Available.

<number>

follow

Display a list of the contacts you are following.

help

Show help on the set of commands available.

help

<command>

Show help on the specified command.

listen

Listen to voicemail messages.

locate

<name>

Display the location of another user if available.

<number>

missed

<days>

Display your missed calls for the previous number of days, showing the caller, time of call and presence status of the caller if known.

pickup

Pickup the caller who is currently leaving you a voicemail message.

record

Start recording your current call.

stop

Stop recording your current call.

unfollow

<name>

Stop following the availability of the target.

<number>

Conference Call Commands

You can initiate a Meet Me conference and also control the actions of each of the participants in the conference. For conferences you start, the system displays a message each time someone joins or leaves the conference. For example, if John Smith joins your conference, the system displays:

(11:00:01) mybuddy: John Smith (200) entered your conference as participant [1] Thursday, July 14, 2011 11:00 AM

The participant number assigned to each participant is shown in square brackets.

Command

Argument

 

disconnect

<participant number>

Drop the participant from the conference. This command can only be used on conferences of which you are the conference host.

mute

<participant number>

Mute the participant or participants in a conference. This command can only be used on conferences of which you are the conference host.

all

lock

Stop other parties joining the conference. This command can only be used on meet me conferences of which you are the conference host.

unlock

Allow other parties to join the conference.

unmute

<participant number>

Unmute the participant or participants in a conference. This command can only be used on conferences of which you are the conference host.

all

who

The system displays the calling name or number and the number of participants. The system also displays who is currently speaking. The participant number of each participant is shown in square [] brackets.

 

 

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