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Chime isn't really intended for MSPs, it's more of a platform to build services like Slack or Teams on top of. That's why they don't include CNAM or 911. Their support is going to be tailored for those kinds of customers, as will their integrations. So be mindful to try and not fit a square peg in a round hole.
Below is the link for Chime's pricing
United States of America $0.002216
United States of America $ 0.004800
Friendly reminder that Chime prices do not include support, and that is an additional (high) charge, whereas our pricing includes support.
But what about the same user on multiple machines, since the system is designed 1:1, that's a show stopping oversight.
It feels like artificial limitations being put in that block user functionality, why not leave it open to being useful? Is there some simple code to be removed to fix these issues? Is it that simple?
The single login per computer is probably pretty easy to change, and I can add that to the change request. That would allow for both multiple logins on different computers, and would allow for something like "[email protected]" for the main company number.
Both of these limitations are related to security concerns our developers had. We've seen people transmit information via SMS that they really shouldn't (credit card numbers, SSNs, etc), and so they went a little heavy on the security.
The 1:1 relationship between a user and a phone number is by design. We didn't build it to allow for more than one user corresponding on a particular phone number at a time (hence the can only login in one place at a time).
The Address Book should be unique per user, but user 2 not being able to add a duplicate value sounds like a bug.
Login persistence between sessions (the F5 annoying thing) is simply incomplete. So you can classify it as a bug for now, and will be fixed in version 1.2.
@scottalanmiller Works ok with 2GB? I remember someone saying it really needs 4gb.
Perfectly fine in 2GB. Going to test 1GB soon. Only using 480MB according to free.
It takes 2GB to build, but then its very lightweight. 4GB is recommended if you are have other things running on the server that is hosting Postcards.
@JasGot What are you referencing? The DIP at Skyetel or ?
For the Caller ID Editor.
Without the "1" They accept it, tell you it has processed, then do nothing with it......
With the "1", they accept it, tell you it has processed, then they actually submit it to the Caller ID database in the sky (or wherever it is)
Looks like this isn't a bug, but without more details we can't troubleshoot further.
Would you please open a support ticket so we can ask for PII?