Good question! I just went through this with one of our users. We did some extensive testing in the lab just to make sure of why this is. The Shared Line behaviour is such that the IP Phone A knows that the call was answered at B and does therefore not see this as a Missed Call. Which I guess makes sense :)
Is that true? I`m sure if phone A rings and it also appears on Phone B, the call will show up in the missed calls on both phones? I`m sure I saw that in 4.13 I thought that was the reason why you now have the "more" button now in directories
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