|Call Interceptor: V-Extensions||
Call Interceptor: V-Extensions uses the touch-tone phone calling capabilities of Vonage Extensions to make calls using your Android Phone.
It provides you with an extensive set of rules for determining which calls should be intercepted and routed through Vonage Extensions
and which Access Number should be used for the intercepted call.
The Interceptor is notified everytime an outgoing call is about the be placed and it determines if the call should be intercepted and routed through Vonage Extensions.
This means you place calls/dial numbers as you normally would.
Calls that are routed through Vonage Extensions appear to the receiptent as being from your Mobile Number.
The call log of your phone is modified to show the number originally dialed not the Access Number number.
You have the ability to select which Access Numbers are used and can even assign individual Access Numbers to each contact.
A random Access Number will be used from the list of choosen Access Numbers when one hasn't been assigned to the contact.
Tri-State CheckBox: These have three states (On, Off and Question). On and Off worked as they do with a normal checkbox. When
Question is choosen, this will cause the Interceptor to prompt you before dialing the call allowing you to choose whether or not to intercept the call.
If Question is set for any of the rules that apply to the current call, you will be prompted.
Interceptor Enabled: When checked, calls will be intercepted using the current set of rules. When not checked, no calls will
be intercepted regardless of what rules are set.
Always Intercept: When checked, ALL calls will be intercepted regardless of the current set of rules.
Use this with the Interceptor Enabled setting to easily switch your phone between Standard Cell Service and Vonage Extensions Intercepting.
Choose Access Numbers: Opens a selection dialog allowing you to choose which access numbers will be used for intercepting.
Selected Access Numbers: Similar to Choose Access Numbers expect it will only show the numbers currently selected.
Security PIN: gives you the ability to change your PIN.
Intercepting Rules: opens the screen for setting up the rules to determine which calls should be intercepted.
Test Rules: Opens the Test Rules screen which allows you the test if on a specific date at a specific time as number will be intercepted.
General Settings: Opens the General Settings Screen.
View Call Log: Opens the Call Log Screen which shows all calls made in the last month and tells if they were intercepted and why or why not.
Help: Displays this page.
Before PIN: These are the commands that will be sent to the dialer after the Access Number and before the PIN.
Before Number: These are the commands that will be sent to the dialer after then PIN and before the original Number.
After Number: These are the commands that will be sent to the dialer after the original Number.
Nights Start Time: Specifies when Night calling begins.
Nights End Time: Specifies when Night calling ends.
When Wi-Fi Is Enabled: Determines if calls will be intercepted when Wi-Fi is enabled.
When Wi-Fi Is Disabled: Determines if calls will be intercepted when Wi-Fi is disabled.
Domestic Calls: Determines if calls to domestic numbers will be intercepted.
International Calls: Determines if calls to international numbers will be intercepted.
Durning Peek Times: Determines if calls made during peek times (opposite of Nights as defined in the General Settings Screen)
will be intercepted.
Durning Nights: Determines if calls made during the night (as defined in the General Settings Screen)
will be intercepted.
Durning Weekends: Determines if calls made during the weekend will be intercepted.
Calls to Contacts: Determines if calls to numbers that are linked to a contact on your phone will be intercepted.
Calls to Non-Contacts: Determines if calls numbers that are NOT linked to any contacts on your phone will be intercepted.
[TYPE]: Determines if calls to numbers of that type will be intercepted. The list of types
is generated from the default types that the stock Android contacts app provides plus any custom labels you have created.
[GROUP]: Determines if calls to contacts that belong to that group will be intercepted. If a contact
belongs to multiple groups, each group must be enabled for the call to be intercepted.
This screen allows you to test various numbers to see if those number will be intercepted based on the current rules.
Date/Time: Allows you to specify when the call will take place. This allows you to test rules for Peek/Nights/Weekends.
Phone Number: The number that will be tested.
Test Results: Details about how the Interceptor interprets the number and tells whether or not the call will be intercepted and what rules were applied in making that determination.
This screen allows you setup specific ways for calls to individual contacts to be handled.
The screen can be accessed by using the pop-up menu that appears when pressing the contact picture or from with in the individual contact screen.
The first set of buttons applies to all the numbers of the contact. Each other set applies to the individual numbers of the contact.
First Button: Allows you to choose between: Use Interceptor Rules - which will apply the general rules to determine
if the call should be intercepted. Intercept - the call will always intercepted as long as the interceptor is enabled. Ignore - the interceptor will always ignore the call.
Second Button: Determines which Access Number will be used for intercepting. If [Default] is choosen, the Interceptor will randomly select an Access Number to use.
Test Button: opens the Rule Testing Screen with the number entered for testing.
This is a widget you can place on the home screen which allows you toggle the Interceptor Enabled setting on and off.
Use this with the Always Intercept setting to easily switch your phone between Standard Cell Service and Vonage Extensions Intercepting.