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Managing your preferences
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- 1. Click More.
- 2. Click Preferences.
- 3. The preferences window is displayed.
- 4. The User section holds your username and location information.
- 5. The Network section holds any proxy and domain information.
- 6. The Audio Devices section lets you set which devices to use as the microphone and speakers. You can also choose to select a USB headset adapter if applicable.
- 7. The Video section lets you set your available bandwidth for video conferencing.
- 8. The Voicemail section allows you customize how the Bell Aliant PC Phone behaves when contacting your voicemail server.
- 9. The Instant Messaging section lets you set various messaging settings.
- Select Minimize new IM window to taskbar to have new instant messages appear as pop-up notifications above the task bar.
- 10. The Calls section lets you enable or disable dialling prefixes when making a call. Call preferences also allows you to specify call session window pop-up behaviour.
- The Bell Aliant UC service supports 10-digit dialling. You can save your contacts using full 10-digit numbers, local or long distance, without needing to dial prefixes.
- Select Minimize new call window to task bar to have new calls appear as pop-up notifications above the task bar.
- 11. The Miscellaneous section lets you customize how Bell Aliant PC Phone behaves when you click Ignore and when you double-click an entry.
- 12. The User Interface section lets you control settings such as themes and windows behaviour.
- 13. The MS Office section lets you enable the Outlook plug-in to call contacts from your Outlook application.
- 14. The Function Keys section lets you create shortcuts by assigning functions to the keys that apppear on the dial pad below the Call button.