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    Question Use WM6 Device or Android Device as extension on Mitel ICP3300

    Hi All

    We have a Mitel ICP3300 and we are wondering if we can somehow connect our Windows Mobile 6 devices via our wifi network to the phone system so they act as extensions. If not WM6, we would look at getting Android devices to do the same.

    We only really need to be able to call each other on-site. The devices dont need to be able to call in/out from anywhere other than our site.

    We have tried something similar with iPhone and iSip and it worked well, but dont really want to buy half a dozen iPhones.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    I know Mitel do their own phones but I have a feeling they will be expensive.

    Looking for something very simple. Need to make and receive internal calls - thats it.

    Thanks

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    Should just need a SIP app, WM6 has metric tonnes of apps(in general) and has done since long before the iPhone existed:

    VOIP SIP Client for Windows Mobile 6 | Free VOIP Solution Free calls Worldwide
    Windows Mobile 6
    SIP Client on Windows Mobile

    I think there was even SIP support baked in to WM6 but it was hidden and used only for MS Comms Server.

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    Can you connect to the Mitel phone controller with these apps?

    Im not so much interested in using them as an internet phone.

    I want them as an extension on our internal phone system.

    Thanks.

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    Does your current pbx support sip ip phones?

    If the answer is yes then using a sip client you could use your mobile phone as an extension.

    If the answer is no then you can't.

    If the answer is dunno then you need to go and read the manual for your pbx and then come back once you know.

    Ben

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