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TelecoCS1K Version Change Summary

3/23/2012 TelecoCS1K V4.0
    * Added a modern tab based dial pad interface with native integration to the Android Contact List for dialing selections. The new tabbed interface allows a user to specify a default tab at startup so TelecoCS1K can be used as the primary phone dialing interface enabling call-by-call selection to Dial via Office or Dial Directly via the Android phone bypassing the office system. The Dial pad now includes two dialing buttons... one for Dial via Office and one for Direct Dial.

8/27/2011 TelecoCS1K V3.0
    * This release corrected an issue which prevented users of Android OS 2.1 from fully leveraging the Dial Via Office feature of TelecoCS1K.

3/27/2011    TelecoCS1K V2.0
    * Added native support for Android Contact List for click-to-dial via Avaya Communication Server 1000 (CS1K) from Android Contacts. Allows selection of all standard Android Telephone entry options including Work, Main, Mobile, Car, Home, Assistant, Company Main, ISDN, MMS, Other, Pager, Radio, Telex, TTY-TDD, Work Mobile, Work Pager, and Custom. This new feature uses an Android OS feature which became available in Android OS Version 2.0 (Eclair). This update is not compatible with previous versions of the Android Operating System. Upon request, CALECO Ventures can make TelecoCS1K V1.0 available for users who require support for a pre-Android 2.0 version. However, TelecoCS1K V1.0 does not include the Contact List feature. Please contact us directly if you require TelecoCS1K for use with Android OS prior to Version 2.0 so we can accomodate your request.
2/21/2011    TelecoCS1K V1.0
    * Published to the Android market providing the first Android compatible application supporting Avaya / Nortel Communication Server 1000 Mobile Extension (Mobile X) functionality and supporting a variety of Flexible Feature Codes (FFCs). At the time of publication, it was the only application found when searching the Android Market for applications using the term Nortel. It was one of three applications found when searching the term Avaya. The other two were also applications created by CALECO Ventures (TelecoAV and TelecoIPO).