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    Any update on this?

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    under review  ·  Warren responded

    The team is still reviewing this item. I hope to know of a decision soon.

    -Warren

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    Andy commented  · 

    Just to add my experience;

    When placing an outbound call, the ringing tone (aka ring back) plays out through the device configured in Windows > Sound > Playback as the 'Default Device' and NOT the 'Default Communications Device'.

    Note: Inbound calls ring in the 'Default Communications Device'

    My setup is as follows (I have 2 headsets plugged in);

    Windows 'Default Communications Device': UC Headset for calls
    Windows 'Default Device': Music headset

    The outbound call ringing tone (aka ring back) should play out through the Windows 'Default Communications Device'.

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