7. Settings

Definition of Settings

Nvoice Mobile Numbers

Configure the phone number for the phone you want to have as Desk Phone destination. In most cases this will be your desk-phone number, but it can be any number. The MC Client will offer the option Desk Phone in the in-call features menu. This option can be used to transfer an active call instantly to the pre-configured number.

Dual-Mode Settings

Choose between Single Mode and Dual Mode: In Single Mode WIFI and mobile data connection (depending on device) usage is only allowed for signalling and HTTPS requests. Dual Mode allows for additional Voice-over-WIFI. This function is only working if the end device supports WIFI and data usage within the operating system.

VoIP Settings

Increase or decrease the volume of your microphone, i.e. the input volume, with this setting for VoIP calls. The default setting is "0". The range from -4 to 4 is supported. The Mic ALC setting enables automatic volume control (”clipping prevention”). An algorhythm using "Max Index Spread" and "Max Loops" sets the effect of this setting. Please do not alter these settings, unless advised to do so.

Network Settings

Manage the use of Packet Data for all services offered by the Client. Unlike Wi-Fi connections, cellular connections cannot carry data. Availability of data channels depends on your provider and on your contract. Many contracts come with a certain amount of data traffic included Packet Data.

Call Preference

By setting the Dial Mode you can configure in which situations your Client shall handle incoming and outgoing calls. The rule you choose here will only be applied if the Client is activated. It is possible to have calls initiated from the native dialer handled by the Nvoice Mobile client.

Misc. Settings

  • Autostart Settings If Autostart is enabled, the MC Client will be started automatically whenever the phone is switched on.
  • Handover Settings The following settings determine when a handover from a VoIP call to a cellular call (and vice versa) is triggered. Automatic Handovers can be enabled and disabled with the checkbox in this section.
  • Operator Supported Dialing (OSD) Some operators can call your configured Call-Through number automatically. Please note that this will only work with the SIM card for which your Nvoice Mobile Client was activated. If your provider supports OSD and if you would like to use it, set this setting to On. This will only be applied when you are not in a roaming state.
  • Call Reverse If this option is enabled inbound calls will be rejected and an automatic call back to the party in concern is initiated. Call Reverse turns inbound calls into outbound calls and thus reduces cost, especially in Europe and other countries with high termination charges. Through these charges calls from fixed line to mobile are expensive whereas calls from mobile to fixed line are typically cheap.
  • Audio Seperation Due to platform properties, it is not possible to separate a Wi-Fi audio connection on some devices (for example on Milestone and Droid) as it is possible on other hardware. Solve this issue by activating Audio Separation.
  • Prefix Anonymous Calls Set a prefix for anonymous calls.
  • Log Level This setting should only be used by administrators for testing and/or trouble shooting. Using these options is only suitable for advanced administrators.
  • Activate Simple Logging This setting enables call debugging. If there are for example issues with the Caller ID or other reoccurring issues with calls, use the option "Simple Logging". All ”simple logs” will then be saved to the file simple_log.txt in the ”MCClient” folder.



This contains the IMEI, expiry date and license key for your Nvoice Mobile Client. The option "Server-based Licensing" enables the automatic retrieval of the license key from the Controller. The user then does not have to enter the key manually.


Set this to on to enable the use of instant messaging (IM) and presence. This function is not activated at moment.


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