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ISU's phone system allows for calls to placed to any phone number both inside and outside of the university.

This article will describe the process of dialing international phone numbers.
This article will walk you through setting ringtones for different types of Skype for Business calls.
Skype for Business Enterprise Voice contains full features for forwarding your incoming phone calls to additional team members. These features are called Team Call Groups.
Skype for Business Enterprise Voice provides telephony services to users.  They will access the service either by using a headset or desk phone.  For users using a desk phone, the following guide will assist you in logging in to your phone.

You will need to log in to your phone again after you change your university password, or after your account has been locked out.
This article will walk you through the process of adding a user outside of your organization to your contact list.
Microsoft has a Skype for Business client for MacOS that supports many of the features commonly used on the Windows platform. You can install and sign in to the Mac client using this procedure.
View the process for getting support for Skype for Business or Voice Mail.
Skype for Business is a very mobile solution, allowing communications when you are not at your desk, or in a conference call. This can cause some audio alerts at inconvenient times. This guide will help you minimize audio alerts when your status is set to Busy.
Polycom VVX phones, connected to Skype for Business, allows calls to be transferred to other phones using a phone number or contact entry.  This article will walk you through the process of performing this operation.
The guide below will walk you through the process of changing your conference ID information.