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I have scout but I dont know if I really need it? I don't even know what it do.
Can someone tell me what scout is for?
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The scout can be used to extend the features of the ooma into other parts of your house, such as instant voicemail access, if you have Premier, the "Instant Second Line" etc.. etc...
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...I don't even know what it do...
Why don't you read the instructions that came with your ooma?
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dhkkim wrote:I have scout but I dont know if I really need it? I don't even know what it do. Can someone tell me what scout is for?
Well... you could donate it to the "Home for Wayward Ooma Users"... there seems to be a few charter members on this forum.
Before addressing your question, it would help to know what service you have (i.e. number of lines), how many telephone handsets you have (or want), whether your Hub is connected to a cordless system, and what you might expect or want from your phone system.
oomg -- Voice Over Internet Person
I've learned a lot here... two months ago I didn't even know how to spell VOIP and now I are one.