AT&T Collaborate

AT&T Collaborate – Enhanced Mobile is a Fixed Mobile Convergence solution that provides business, desk phone features on mobile phones. Improve mobile communications with your customers and collaborators by providing your high-definition voice business smartphone users the tools they need when connected to the AT&T VoLTE network.

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Manage user dial restrictions – bulk with AT&T Collaborate

As an administrator with the AT&T Collaborate™ service, you can assign dial restrictions to a group of users at one time, in bulk.

Dial restrictions control what calls a user can make. For example, you might want to prevent users from making long distance and international calls. Or you might want to let users make local and long distance but not international calls. You can assign standard or custom dial restrictions. To create custom dial restrictions, see Manage Dial Restrictions.

To manage dial restrictions for one user at a time, see Manage a User’s Dial Restrictions.

Manage dial restrictions for multiple users (in bulk)

  1. On the AT&T Collaborate homepage, in the Mass Management widget, click Manage Users’ Dial Restrictions.
    The Mass Management – Edit User Dial Restrictions Settings page appears.
  2. Select the location for the dial restriction change:
    − Click Select Location. The Location Search window opens. For help searching, see Use Search.
    − Next to the location you want, click Select. The dial restrictions available to users in this location appear.
  3. Choose the dial restrictions for the group of users:
    − To set standard dial restrictions:

    o Check the Change Standard Dial Restrictions to box.

    o Do one of these things:
    − To turn on a dial restriction, click No. Yes appears and the button changes from red to green.

    − To turn off a dial restriction, click Yes. No appears and the button turns from green to red.

    − To set custom dial restrictions (if available):
    o Check the Change Custom Dial Restrictions to box.

    o Do one of these things:
    − To turn on a dial restriction, click No. Yes appears and the button changes from red to green.

    − To turn off a dial restriction, click Yes. No appears and the button turns red.

    Note: You can select only one custom dial restriction.

  4. Select the users who will be affected by the dial restriction change. To learn more about searching for specific users, see Use Search.
  5. Enter an email address where we can send a confirmation message or let you know if any problems occurred with your submission.
  6. Click Save Changes.