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Q: Where can I view a users manual for my polycom IP335?
A: We have added the full Polycom Soundpoint IP3xx user guide to this product on the tab that says "Technical Specs". You can download it from there.
Q: Is the polycom 335 compatible with ooma's business phone voip service? If yes, what programming needs to be done, and can I do this?
A: Unfortunately, Ooma Business phone system has its own HD handsets that goes along with their system. None other devices are compatible as of this writing.
Q: Does the polycomm 335 work with Google voice?
A: According to Polycom IP335 is not supported with Google voice as a regular SIP registration and therefore the answer is no.
Q: Is it possible to get a 220v for the power supply ?
A: Yes, the power supply supports 110 to 240v. The plug is interchangeable too, however we only have North American style.
Q: How do I listen to voicemail messages? The user's manual says to "follow instructions on the screen", but we've tried everything and can't figure it out. Step-by-step directions would be helpful.
A: That option is specific to the telephone system, not the phone itself. Check with your telephone vendor.
Polycom SPIP 335 PoE
Quality phone. Works great with our 3CX phone system. Good voice quality. Of the 20+ phone we have only had one go bad in three years.
Does a Great Job
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Polycom IP 335 PoE
Good phone...great quality sound. Excellent value.
Good entry level phone
I bought these phones for my office and they're pretty good. No real complaints about them other than their interface which looks like it was made in the 90's. Honestly, hold down four buttons on boot, spin around three times and sacrifice a small animal in order to program the phone!? In this age of auto-detection, iPhone touch screen interfaces and microwave popcorn, you'd think that they could have designed a friendlier interface. If you doubt me then I challenge you to accept an incoming call while you're already on a call... couldn't do it... had to read the manual... still couldn't do it... had to email tech support of my VoIP provider who was able to tell me the secret handshake. Hey Polycom! How about a web interface for programming the phone? My $60 router has one. Even my $100 IP video camera has one. Why do you have buttons on your phone at all? My iPhone doesn't. OK... so I have pretty high expectations... honestly, the phones work great once set up and they are well manufactured. I will buy more as our office expands. Buying through voipsupply.com was easy and hassle-free.