Connected Party Identification

By default, the phone displays and logs the identities of remote parties you connect to if the call server can derive the name and ID from network signaling.

In cases where remote parties have set up certain call features, the remote party you connect to—and the caller ID that displays on the phone—may be different than the intended party's. For example, Bob places a call to Alice, but Alice has call diversion configured to divert Bob's incoming calls to Fred. In this case, the phone logs and displays the connection between Bob and Fred. The phone does not match party IDs to entries in the contact directory or the corporate directory.