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Date:      Sun, 10 May 2020 05:40:10 -0400
From:      Jerry <jerry@seibercom.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Microsoft Teams: test calling (was: Microsoft Teams for Linux)
Message-ID:  <20200510054010.000075e7@seibercom.net>
In-Reply-To: <e27df884-94ae-aa81-0bed-cbe6ba1c6646@gmail.com>
References:  <b64d57e2-f4d7-7618-c711-6501a652a6ac@suszko.eu> <20200505093624.00001df2@seibercom.net> <223da1b3-a83d-b2e8-36dc-468dcb219305@suszko.eu> <db68d8c4-cf3e-5a2f-63d9-f16f0b4f9559@lidstrom.eu> <fecdd83b-2061-a6c0-f927-c380cbc2b500@suszko.eu> <e27df884-94ae-aa81-0bed-cbe6ba1c6646@gmail.com>

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On Sun, 10 May 2020 07:10:13 +0100, Graham Perrin commented:
>On 07/05/2020 23:28, Maciej Suszko wrote:
>
> > … On Windows there is an option to make a Test Call within the   
>Settings menu - I haven't seen that on "spoofed" browser yet. …
>
>This is not a browser-specific problem.
>
>A few days ago I was directed to make a test call before a large
>meeting so I temporarily installed Teams on my Android handset.
>Discovered that there's no test facility on Android.
>
>An issue with Microsoft documentation.

Graham, could you supply me, preferable off-list, a complete report on
what you did, Android and associated program versions, and whatever
else you have available?

I am working with the beta test team for 'Edge Dev', and they love
getting reports like this.

Thanks!

-- 
Jerry



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