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Frequently Asked Questions

Maxis Managed UC (Microsoft Teams) Frequently Asked Questions

    • Your organisation is using a Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise E1 (or better) license. You may subscribe to the following Maxis packages:
      1. Teams Phone System if you are currently subscribed to a Microsoft Office E1, E3, A1 or A3 license.
      2. Teams Calling if you are currently subscribed to a Microsoft Office E5 or A5 license.
      3. Teams Collaboration Suite if you currently do not have an enterprise Microsoft Office 365 subscription.
    • Your business users are on the move and need the flexibility to work from any location, particularly, outside of the office, at their convenience.
    • Your existing PBX system needs a tech refresh, and you are considering moving to a cloud-based solution.
  • Yes, you can. During the ordering and provisioning stage, the admin for your existing Microsoft Office 365 license will need to accept the relationship link to enable Maxis to provision the fixed-line calling features. You will also be required to subscribe for one additional Microsoft Office 365 E1 license to set up a federated identity with Maxis.

  • You have to be subscribed to a Maxis internet service first before you can subscribe to Maxis Managed UC. You must switch to a Maxis fixed-line number to be able to make and receive calls through Microsoft Teams.

  • Yes, it can. However, note that only Microsoft Teams certified IP phones are compatible.

  • Yes, it can. However, note that only Microsoft Teams certified IP phones are compatible.

  • Currently, fixed-line numbers are not portable and cannot be transferred to Maxis Managed UC (Microsoft Teams). However, you may choose a new fixed-line number with your state prefix (03, 05, etc.) to be included with your Maxis Managed UC (Microsoft Teams) solution.

  • Yes. Simply click on the record button during the call to start and stop the recording.

  • Yes, it will. This will allow you to communicate seamlessly between devices when you are on the go.

  • Yes, it can. You will need to subscribe to our Microsoft Teams hybrid deployment solution to address this requirement. Additional on-premise hardware (SBC) will be required to integrate your existing incoming PRI or SIP trunk to Microsoft Teams, and you will be required to subscribe to Maxis on-premise SIP trunk for outbound calls.

    • Free Maxis-to-Maxis calls
    • 7 sen/min to other networks
    • 4 sen/min for local fixed calls
  • Yes, you can. By default, the system will display your DID (direct inward dialling) number, which would enable the recipient to reach you directly.

  • Yes, it does. However, this might change depending on your company's IT policy on conferencing with external parties.

  • Microsoft will be phasing out Skype For Business in 2021. The replacement for Skype for Business is Microsoft Teams. Existing Skype for Business users should start planning for migration to Microsoft Teams as soon as possible.

  • Yes, it does. However, note that you will have to use a receptionist console that is certified by Microsoft Teams (e.g., AudioCodes receptionist console).

  • Yes, it can. You have to obtain an additional license (Microsoft Audio Conference) license to enable this feature. This feature allows participants calling from any telephone number to dial into an audio conference bridge hosted by Microsoft Teams.

  • Yes, but only systems certified by Microsoft Teams may be integrated.

  • Integration with an existing analogue fax machine will require additional on-premise hardware to be deployed, which may not be cost-effective.

  • Yes, it can. However, note that only Microsoft Teams certified video endpoints are compatible.

  • Contact your Maxis Account Manager or the Maxis Business Service Center at 1800 82 1919.

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The FAQ’s are meant for clarification purposes only. The FAQ’s may be modified from time to time. Please refer Terms of Use and Terms & Conditions of the products and/or services for more information.

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