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  1. Hello, I can't listen voicemails with Google Chrome (I just saw I can't listen voicemails on Firefox either). But I have no issues to listen when i'm using Safari. So my question is do you have any extension or solution that can help me to listen my voicemails when using Chrome and to not have to download them? Cheers, David
  2. There's a clear need for a simple Windows extension applet that takes very little desktop space, and provides both making and taking calls, as well as IMs, voicemail and shows presence for all extensions. SnomONE has apparently deprecated the UCClient that provided most or all of these features. And although the client Web login provides several of these features, it is bulky and not suited for use as a full-time desk applet. What should we use as a desktop phone instead? Can a softphone such as CounterPath Bria [at $50 a pop] do this? Is there a multiplatform / Android app that will work? Dave
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