How Does Callroute Microsoft Teams Provisioning Work?

To connect Callroute with your Microsoft tenancy, several different elements must be provisioned to allow calls to flow between Teams and the Callroute infrastructure. This article explains what these elements are and why they are necessary. Removing the Callroute integration is also outlined within this article. As a guide the provisioning process typically takes between…

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What does Outbound CLI mean?

When you click on a User Details within Microsoft Teams Service, you see an option for Outbound CLI The Outbound CLI is the number that is displayed to the Called party. When you dial an external number from Microsoft Teams using Callroute, the number that is displayed will be the one that has been selected…

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Why do I need an unassigned Microsoft 365 or Office 365 user license?

During the initial setup of the Microsoft Teams Service with Callroute, you will need one unassigned Microsoft 365 license. An unassigned Microsoft 365 license is required to complete the setup process.  More details on on the steps are contained within the Microsoft Direct Routing setup guide  Callroute use the unassigned license to activate the domain name…

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What do the User states mean in the Callroute Microsoft Teams service?

When you view the list of Users within the Callroute Microsoft Teams Service, each User has a status. Active – The User has all the required Microsoft licenses assigned and is configured to use Callroute (has been assigned a CLI) Inactive – The User has all the required Microsoft licenses assigned and can be activated to…

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