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Introduction

Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5 is a unified communications app that lets you communicate with your work contacts from anywhere. Release 9.5 introduces video calling, simplified provisioning, and a redesigned user interface.

Cisco now offers two versions of the Cisco Jabber product for iPhone devices:

Cisco Jabber for iPhone

This unified communications version offers instant messaging, presence, audio and video calling, voicemail, and conferencing.

Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone

This voice-only version offers audio calling and voicemail.

Important Upgrade Notes

At a minimum, you must provision Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5 users with instant messaging and presence capabilities.

If you already set up a previous version of Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone and you do not want to set up a presence server, Cisco recommends that you continue to use Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone for voice-only configurations. For information about Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone, see the Release Notes at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​en/​US/​products/​ps11596/​prod_​release_​notes_​list.html.

Cisco Jabber IM for iPhone users receive an automatic upgrade notification from the App Store to upgrade to Cisco Jabber for iPhone. Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone users who would like to upgrade to Cisco Jabber for iPhone must upgrade manually.

For information about upgrading previous versions of Cisco Jabber IM for iPhone to Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5, see the following guides:

Documentation

Documentation Resources

Installation and Configuration Guide
The Installation and Configuration Guide contains the following information:
  • Information to help you plan your deployment
  • Upgrade requirements and information
  • Client configuration requirements and information
  • Troubleshooting information

This guide is available at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​en/​US/​products/​ps11596/​prod_​installation_​guides_​list.html.

Server Setup Guide
The Server Setup Guide provides task-based information to help you configure services for the client. This guide is available at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​en/​US/​products/​ps11596/​prod_​installation_​guides_​list.html.
Licensing Information
Find out about open source libraries and other licensing information at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​en/​US/​products/​ps11596/​products_​licensing_​information_​listing.html.
End User Guides
Learn tips and tricks for using the client at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​en/​US/​products/​ps11596/​products_​user_​guide_​list.html.

Documentation Changes

The following lists the documentation changes that were applied since the previous release.

Table 1 Documentation changes for Release 9.5
Document Status Change
Frequently Asked Questions for Cisco Jabber for iPhone Transformed
The end user content is now transformed into the following two new guides:
  • Quick Start Guide

    Instructions to help users sign in to Cisco Jabber for iPhone for the first time and use a few key features.

  • User Guide
    Detailed instructions to help users use Cisco Jabber for iPhone.
Cisco Jabber for iPhone Administration Guide Transformed
The administrator content is now transformed into the following two new guides:
  • Installation and Configuration Guide
    Information to help administrators plan, deploy, or upgrade their environment to support the client. This guide also contains information to help administrators configure and troubleshoot the client after they complete the common server setup tasks.
  • Server Setup Guide
    Task-based information to help administrators configure services for the client.

New and Changed Features

New Features

Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5 now offers a redesigned interface and experience. The app combines unified communications capabilities into a single application, and allows you to communicate with your work contacts from anywhere.

The app offers the following features:
  • Audio and video calling
  • Instant messaging
  • Availability status
  • Meeting escalations
  • Voice messaging
  • Simplified configuration

At a minimum, you must provision Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5 users with instant messaging and presence capabilities. You can also provision users with audio and video, voicemail, and conferencing.

If you already set up a previous version of Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone and you do not want to set up a presence server, Cisco recommends that you continue to use Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone for voice-only configurations. For information about Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone, see the Release Notes at http:/​/​www.cisco.com/​en/​US/​products/​ps11596/​prod_​release_​notes_​list.html.

Changed Features

Directory Configuration

Directory integration for on-premises deployments is now configured using a global configuration file instead of using settings on the device page in the Cisco Unified CM Administration interface.

For more information about configuration differences, see the Configuration Differences when Upgrading Cisco Jabber topic of the Installation and Configuration Guide for this release.

For information about directory integration, see the Configure the Client and Integrate with Directory Sources chapters of the Installation and Configuration Guide.

Voicemail Configuration

Voicemail service is no longer configured using settings on the device page in the Cisco Unified CM Administration interface. The new configuration method varies, depending on your presence server.

For more information about configuration differences, see the Configuration Differences when Upgrading Cisco Jabber topic of the Installation and Configuration Guide for this release.

For information about configuring voicemail, see the Server Setup Guide for this release.

Phone Services Configuration

You can now enable video calling using the Video Capabilities setting on the device page in the Cisco Unified CM Administration interface.

The following Release 9.1.x settings are no longer applicable in Release 9.5.
  • CTI Control Username
  • Allow End User Configuration Editing
  • Cisco Usage and Error Tracking
  • Sign In Feature
  • Enable SIP Digest Authentication
  • SIP Digest Username

For information about configuring Phone Services, see the Server Setup Guide for this release.

Limitations and Restrictions

  • If you receive a Voice over IP (VoIP) call while placing an VoIP call, Cisco Jabber for iPhone sends the incoming call to voicemail. If you do not have voicemail, Cisco Jabber for iPhone ignores the call.
  • The maximum number of participants for ad-hoc conferences is limited to three, which is the maximum number of calls for TCT devices.
  • When using iOS 7, application notifications are turned off by default. To ensure that you do not miss incoming Jabber chats and calls, go to iOS Settings > Notification Center and check that the Jabber sound setting is turned on.
  • Due to an Apple iOS issue, the device sometimes drops from the Wi-Fi data network to the mobile voice network while the device is in sleep mode. This issue can lead to missed incoming calls. To prevent this issue, go to the iPhone Settings and turn off Cellular Data.
  • Due to an Apple iOS issue, when a user leaves and then re-enters the Wi-Fi network and Cisco Jabber for iPhone is in background, the app can take up to 11 minutes to reconnect. This issue can lead to missing incoming calls. After Cisco Jabber for iPhone reconnects, users who have voicemail enabled will receive voicemail notifications for any missed calls that went to voicemail. To minimize the reconnection time, users can bring the app to the foreground after changing connection environments.
  • Due to an Apple iOS issue, the VPN can disconnect when Connect-On-Demand is enabled and the user changes networks. Cisco Jabber for iPhone may take up to 11 minutes to reconnect through the VPN. This issue can lead to missing incoming calls. After Cisco Jabber for iPhone reconnects, users who have voicemail enabled will receive voicemail notifications for any missed calls that went to voicemail. To minimize the reconnection time, users can bring the app to the foreground after changing connection environments.
  • Voice and video quality over noncorporate Wi-Fi or mobile data networks cannot be guaranteed.
  • The quality of video calls varies depending on the network connection. Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) cannot troubleshoot video quality when you use 3G networks to connect Cisco Jabber for iPhone with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client or another VPN client.
  • For voice quality and connectivity issues inherent in Bluetooth use, see Bluetooth and Network Interference.
  • Ringtone audio is not sent through some Bluetooth headsets.
  • If you use a Bluetooth headset while on a Cisco Jabber for iPhone call, the call control buttons on the headset are not active.
  • If you receive an incoming call on your iPhone, the iPhone automatically disables the microphone for all other applications, and there is no time to inform your current caller that you need to take another call. If you accept the new call, your Cisco Jabber for iPhone VoIP call is automatically placed on hold, and you cannot return to it until you end the iPhone call. To work around this issue, decline the call and then tap Resume so that your current caller can hear you again. If your device is locked, press the On/Off Sleep/Wake button twice quickly to decline the call, and then tap Resume.
  • The graceful registration feature is supported only with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1.2 SU. In addition, the graceful registration feature will not work if any one of the following conditions are true.
    • The DVO-R feature is enabled.
    • The device runs iOS 7.
  • The DVO-R feature requires Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 8.6.2 SU4, 9.1.2, or 10.
  • The DVO-R feature is not supported on iPod Touch devices because this feature requires that the device can access a mobile voice network.
  • Due to a limitation with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, if the user places a Dial via Office - Reverse call to an invalid phone number over a SIP trunk, the user hears several seconds of silence instead of an audio message stating the number was invalid.
  • Apple plans to remove the Always Connect option for Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client in the near future. After the Always Connect option is removed, users can select the Connect If Needed option. In some cases, Cisco Jabber users may have issues when using the Connect If Needed option. For example, if the hostname for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager is resolvable outside the corporate network, iOS will not trigger a VPN connection. The user can work around this issue by manually launching Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client before making a call.
  • SIP Digest Authentication is not supported for Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5.
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager User Data Service (UDS) as a directory source is not recommended for more than 200 devices.
  • For potential unexpected behavior and issues that users may encounter, see the User Guide.

iOS Version Support Policy for Cisco Jabber for iPhone

Cisco supports Cisco Jabber for iPhone releases only on the latest major iOS release. Apple maintains iOS, provides free iOS updates, and actively encourages users to upgrade to new iOS releases. To help enterprise customers transition to new major iOS updates, Cisco supports the last dot release of the previous major release for three months after a new release is introduced.

Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5 is supported on the latest version of Apple iOS 6.1 or iOS 7 running on an Apple iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, or 5s or an Apple iPod Touch fifth generation.

Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5 is supported on the latest version of iOS 6.1 until December 18th, 2013.

Important Notes

Bluetooth and Network Interference

Bluetooth headsets use the same 2.4 GHz frequency as 802.11b, -g, and -n Wi-Fi networks and many other devices, such as microwave ovens and cordless phones. For this reason, interference is likely to impact Bluetooth transmissions, and Bluetooth headsets may interfere with the Wi-Fi connection to the iPhone. This issue is not specific to Cisco Jabber for iPhone but can result in dropped or interrupted calls and voice quality issues.

To minimize interference from Bluetooth headsets on the Wi-Fi network, ensure that a strong Wi-Fi signal is available throughout the coverage area, as described in the Network Requirements.

Also see the following Apple articles:

Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) cannot troubleshoot these issues.

Supported Languages

Cisco Jabber for iPhone is localized for the following languages:

Language Application User Guides
Arabic x x
Chinese (Simplified) x x
Chinese (Traditional) x x
Croatian x
Danish x x
Dutch x x
English x x
French x x
German x x
Hungarian x
Italian x x
Japanese x x
Korean x x
Polish x x
Portuguese x x
Romanian x
Russian x x
Slovak x
Spanish x x
Swedish x x
Turkish x

Requirements

Device Requirements

Device Support

Cisco Jabber for iPhone is available from the Apple App Store.

Cisco supports Cisco Jabber for iPhone on the following iOS devices:

  • iPhone model 4, 4s, 5, 5c, and 5s
  • iPod Touch fifth generation

Note


Video calls are not supported on iPhone 4.

The device must be able to access the corporate network using Wi-Fi or VPN.

Device Operating System Support

Latest version of iOS 6.1 and 7

Bluetooth Headset Support

The following Bluetooth headsets are supported on the iPhone and iPod Touch:
  • Jabra BT2045
  • Jabra EXTREME2
  • Jabra SPEAK 450 for Cisco
  • Jabra SUPREME UC
  • Jabra WAVE
  • Jawbone ICON for Cisco Bluetooth Headset
  • Plantronics BackBeat 903+
  • Plantronics Voyager Legend
  • Sony Ericsson MW600

VPN Support (Optional)

VPN On Demand (Optional)

When users are not on the corporate Wi-Fi network, the iPhone device must be able to access the corporate network, servers, and telephony endpoints using a VPN client, such as Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.

Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client (Optional)

When users are not on the corporate Wi-Fi network, iPhone devices must run Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Version 3.0.09179, which is available from the Apple App Store.

Software Requirements

For a successful deployment, you must ensure that your environment meets the Cisco Jabber for iPhone software requirements.

On-Premises Servers

Cisco Jabber for iPhone supports the following on-premises servers:

Cisco Unified Communications Manager
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 8.6(2)
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(2)
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 10.0
Cisco Unified Presence
  • Cisco Unified Presence Release 8.6
Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence

Note


Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence is formerly known as Cisco Unified Presence.


  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Release 9.1(1)
  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Release 10.0
Cisco Unity Connection
  • Cisco Unity Connection Release 8.5 or later
Cisco WebEx Meetings Server

Cisco WebEx Meetings Server version 2.5, 3.0, or 3.1.

Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (Optional)
VPN On Demand (Optional)

The Apple iOS On-Demand VPN feature requires certificate-only authentication. If you set up the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) without certificate-only authentication, the user must manually initiate the AnyConnect VPN connection as needed.

The iPhone must be able to access the corporate network, servers, and telephony endpoints using a VPN client, such as Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.

Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Integration (Optional)
  • iPhone devices must run Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Version 3.0.09179, which is available from the Apple App Store
  • Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Version 8.4(1) or later
  • Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM) Version 6.4 or later
  • ASA license requirements: Use one of the following combinations:
    • AnyConnect Essentials and AnyConnect Mobile licenses
    • AnyConnect Premium and AnyConnect Mobile licenses
    For more information about Cisco AnyConnect license requirements, see VPN License and Feature Compatibility.
  • Certificate Authority (CA) if using certificate-based authentication: Cisco IOS Certificate Server or Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Certificate Authority

Cloud-Based Servers

Cisco Jabber for iPhone supports the following cloud-based servers:

  • Cisco WebEx Messenger Release 7.5 or later
  • Cisco WebEx Administration Tool Release 7.5
  • Cisco WebEx Meeting Center as follows:
    • Version T26L with Service Pack 20
    • Version T27L with Service Pack 9

Directory Servers

You can use the following directory servers with Cisco Jabber for iPhone.

LDAP

Use one of the following sources for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP):

  • Microsoft Active Directory 2008
  • Microsoft Active Directory 2003
  • OpenLDAP 2.4
Cloud-based

Cisco WebEx Messenger Contact Service

Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Cisco UDS Contact Service

Attention: Cisco Unified Communications Manager User Data Service ( UDS) as a directory source is not recommended for more than 200 devices.

Accessibility

Screen Readers

Cisco Jabber for iPhone is compatible with the VoiceOver screen reader. Users who require screen readers should always use the most recent version to ensure the best possible user experience.

Assistive Touch

You can navigate Cisco Jabber for iPhone using Assistive Touch.

Supported Codecs

Supported Audio Codecs

  • G.711 mu-law
  • G.711 a-law
  • G.722.1
  • G.729a

Minimum requirement for low-bandwidth availability: G.729a.

Users can turn Low Bandwidth mode on and off in the client settings if they experience voice quality issues.

Normal mode supports G.711 and G.729a.

Low Bandwidth mode supports G.729a only.

Supported Video Codecs

H.264/AVC

Supported Voicemail Codecs

  • PCM linear
  • G.711 mu-law (default)
  • G.711 a-law
  • GSM 6.10

Note


Cisco Jabber does not support visual voicemail with G.729. However, users can access their voice messages using G.729 and the Call Voicemail feature.


Network Requirements

If you deploy Phone Services, the mobile device must be able to connect to the corporate network using voice-ready Wi-Fi.

For optimal user experience when using Cisco Jabber over your corporate Wi-Fi network, Cisco recommends that you:

  • Design your Wi-Fi network to eliminate gaps in coverage as much as possible, including in areas such as elevators, stairways, and outside corridors.
  • Ensure that all access points assign the same IP address to the mobile device. Calls are dropped if the IP address changes during the call.
  • Ensure that all access points have the same SSID. Hand-off may be much slower if the SSIDs do not match.
  • Ensure that all access points broadcast their SSID. If the access points do not broadcast their SSID, the mobile device may prompt the user to join another Wi-Fi network, which interrupts the call.
Conduct a thorough site survey to minimize network problems that could affect voice quality. Cisco recommends that you:
  • Verify nonoverlapping channel configurations, access point coverage, and required data and traffic rates.
  • Eliminate rogue access points.
  • Identify and mitigate the impact of potential interference sources.

For more information, see:

  • The "VoWLAN Design Recommendations" section in the Enterprise Mobility 4.1 Design Guide.
  • The Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G Deployment Guide.
  • The Capacity Coverage & Deployment Considerations for IEEE 802.11g white paper.
  • The Solutions Reference Network Design (SRND) for your Cisco Unified Communications Manager release.

Bluetooth use can cause voice quality and connectivity issues.

If users connect to the network remotely, the mobile device must be able to connect to the corporate network using a solid, high-bandwidth VPN connection. Video and audio quality is dependent on connection quality and cannot be guaranteed.

Ports and Protocols

The client uses the ports and protocols listed in the following table. If you plan to deploy a firewall between the client and a server, you must configure the firewall to allow these ports and protocols.


Note


There are no TCP/IP services enabled in the client.
Port Protocol Description
Inbound
16384 to 32766 UDP Receives Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) media streams for audio and video. You set these ports in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Outbound
69 UDP Connects to the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server.
6970 HTTP Connects to the TFTP server to download client configuration files.
80 TCP

(HTTP)

Connects to services such as Cisco WebEx Meeting Center for meetings or Cisco Unity Connection for voicemail.
389 UDP / TCP Connects to an LDAP directory service.
3268 TCP Connects to a Global Catalog server for contact searches.
443

TCP

(HTTPS)

Connects to services such as such as Cisco WebEx Meeting Center for meetings or Cisco Unity Connection for voicemail.
636 LDAPS Connects securely to an LDAP directory service.
3269 LDAPS Connects securely to the Global Catalog server.
5060 UDP / TCP Provides Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) call signaling.
5061 TCP Provides secure SIP call signaling.
5222

TCP

(XMPP)

Connects to Cisco Unified Presence or Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence for instant messaging and presence.
5269 XMPP XMPP federation.
8191 TCP Connects to the local port to provide Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) web services.
8443 HTTPS

8443 is the port for web access to Cisco Unified Communications Manager and includes connections for the following:

  • Cisco Unified Communications Manager IP Phone (CCMCIP) server for assigned devices.
  • User Data Service (UDS) for contact resolution.
16384 to 32766 UDP Sends RTP media streams for audio and video.
53 DNS Provides hostname resolution.
3804 TCP Issues Locally Significant Certificates (LSC) to IP phones. This is the listening port for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Certificate Authority Proxy Function (CAPF) enrollment.

Caveats

Bug toolkit

Known problems (bugs) are graded according to severity level. These release notes contain descriptions of the following:

  • All severity level 1 or 2 bugs
  • Significant severity level 3 bugs
  • All customer-found bugs except severity level 6 enhancement requests

You can search for problems by using the Cisco Software Bug Toolkit.

Before You Begin

To access Bug Toolkit, you need the following items:

  • Internet connection
  • Web browser
  • Cisco.com user ID and password
Procedure
    Step 1   To access the Bug Toolkit, go to https:/​/​tools.cisco.com/​bugsearch/​search.
    Step 2   Sign in with your Cisco.com user ID and password.
    Step 3   To look for information about a specific problem, enter the bug ID number in the Search for field, then press Enter.

    What to Do Next

    For information about how to use the Bug Toolkit, select Help on the Bug Toolkit screen.

    Release 9.5

    Open Caveats

    The following caveats were open at time of shipping.

    See also the caveats for Cisco Unified Communications Manager for open issues that may affect Cisco Jabber for iPhone.



    Table 2 Open Caveats in Cisco Jabber 9.5 for iPhone as of 10/8/2013
    Identifier Severity Component Headline
    CSCuh96139 moderate contacts Can not update group chat participants when screen-lock
    CSCuj16175 moderate ucm-media-video DE36321: Green/black video for seconds when make call with ex90/ex60...
    CSCuj18812 moderate ucm-media-audio DE35049: Choppy Audio and Audio Artifacts over LTE networks on Audio-...

    Closed Caveats

    The following severity 1, 2, or 3 issues cannot be fixed at this time.

    See also the caveats for Cisco Unified Communications Manager for closed issues that may affect Cisco Jabber for iPhone.



    Table 3 Closed Caveats in Cisco Jabber 9.5 for iPhone as of 10/8/2013
    Identifier Severity Component Headline
    CSCug20266 severe impmsg Crash when Jabber exceeded 15 wakes in 300 sec when background running
    CSCug60563 severe general Crash if on a call -> kill Jabber -> restart Jabber
    CSCue94560 moderate voicemail No "iPhone Speaker" item in vm audio device selector
    CSCuf35334 moderate general join in meeting but status not change to 'In a WebEx meeting'
    CSCuf60249 moderate im-presence Self show as offline then to online while UC had registered in VPN
    CSCuf78494 moderate general not show iphone speaker selection in vm view after fresh installation
    CSCuf92720 moderate contacts Cannot receive Contact Request if decline it first time
    CSCuf93268 moderate general When on a facetime call still could answer Jabber call
    CSCug01326 moderate general Same user has different settings values by two login ways
    CSCug25824 moderate impmsg Cannot receive message while lose connection even Offline IM enabled
    CSCug26513 moderate ucm-media-video MOH keep ringing after jabber being killed in Multi-task switch bar
    CSCug33374 moderate general self video muted before transfer complete
    CSCug37080 moderate general Cross lunch failed in Safari session if press "cancel" button before
    CSCug48259 moderate general VPN could not be launched in 3G after Jabber put to back for long time
    CSCug58863 moderate ucm-media-audio Bad voice quality when speaking closely with microphone
    CSCug70865 moderate im-presence Can't update presence to 'in a webex/meeting'' in multiple client
    CSCug83724 moderate general Invalid format xmpp protocol should not launch Jabber
    CSCug90895 moderate general All contents in PRT get cleared after a call
    CSCug96814 moderate imp-buddy V-Can't add custom status after added emoji status in Cup
    CSCuh02135 moderate ucm-media-audio Switch off side button cannot stop ringing
    CSCuh11446 moderate accessibility Accessibility - VoiceOver are transmitted to other caller
    CSCuh27410 moderate impmsg see add contact notification in the IM session after cross launch
    CSCuh29073 moderate ucm-signaling graceful registration donot work well on some ver of CUCM
    CSCuh40058 moderate contacts Can't get some contacts' profile.
    CSCuh63245 moderate imp-buddy can't add a non-exist buddy as xxxx@cisco.com
    CSCui14352 moderate ucm-media-video Screen dim and could not recover in video call when touch sensor soon
    CSCui18587 moderate ucm-media-video Battery drain when on a video call
    CSCui19112 moderate impmsg Useless edit button in chat list when receive ims at a high frequency
    CSCui64604 moderate ui-ue Cannot mute incoming call's ringtone by pressing increase volume button
    CSCui68456 moderate ui-ue Red bar disappears if VoIP call is on hold (iOS 7)
    CSCui68859 moderate ucm-media-video Ignore incoming call via volume key doesn't work on iPhone
    CSCui79184 moderate general Audio route icon could not changed to related device
    CSCui87625 moderate im-presence CUP state not update if DVO call back to alternate number
    CSCui88356 moderate general Unexpected DND 'Not on chat' presence status in contact list
    CSCuj06490 moderate ui-ue Still display username in pervious transfer
    CSCuj48959 moderate ui-ue Jabber call will be held if clock ringing on iOS7

    Resolved Caveats

    There are no resolved caveats for Cisco Jabber for iPhone Release 9.5.

     

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