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dibts wrote:I believe Skype and Viber can do that as well. Both can ring on your PC. They just have a different tone and not the usual telephone ring.The Skype protocol is a proprietary Internet telephony network based on peer-to-peer architecture, used by Skype and as such the Skype softphone cannot be used with any other SIP account.
clive552 wrote:Does anybody know of a softphone that has a ring on PC speaker facility when using headphones? Zoipher only rings on the headset unless you purchase the paid version. SJP also only rings on the headphones.Skype definitely has a ringer and it's very obvious, which is an important feature to me. I often listen to music or videos while I'm doing other things online so I like to have something extremely obvious so I know it's not just a noise from the music or video I have on at the moment. I believe there might even be a way to change the sound the ringer makes, but I'm not 100% sure on that.
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