The call recording feature, when enabled, records all inbound and outbound calls on your PBX.
NOTE: There is a sperate monthly charge to call record your calls.
Note that call the call recording feature has certain legal requirements that must be adhered to in order to be used.
You should read and ensure you fully understand the relevant legislation before using this feature.
For more information please see Call Recording and Monitoring Legal Requirements at the end of this guide
Enabling Call Recording
To enable call recording on your account,
login to https://voipportal.com.au/ and select Other Services, then Call Recording.
Click the Enable Call Recording button to switch on call recording for any calls made across your account.
Disabling Call Recording
To disable call recording on your account, login to https://voipportal.com.au/ and select Other Services, then Call Recording.
Click the Disable Call Recording button to switch off call recording for any calls made across
your account. Note that, when call recording is disabled, any previous recordings will be deleted.
We recommend downloading a copy of any recordings you may need to retain before clicking
Pausing, Resuming and Stopping Recordings
If you have call recordings enabled on your account, you can pause and resume call
recordings while a call is ongoing, stop and delete a recording in progress, or manually
choose whether or not to record an outbound call.
|*20XXXX..||Record the call||*20 Prefix records the call if some other policy (Do Not Record, or Don’t record Incoming or Outgoing calls) is active and Call Recordings is enabled|
|*21XXXX..||Do not record the call||*21 Prefix prevents the call from being
automatically recorded if Record Inbound or
Record Outbound policy is active and Call
Recordings is enabled
|*0||Recording Pause/Unpause||Dial *0 during a call to pause or unpause call
recording as long as Call Recording is enabled. If a policy is preventing the call being
automatically recorded, *0 will start the
|**0||Recording Stop||Dial **0 during a call to immediately stop and
delete the recording. A new recording can be
started by dialling *0. Call Recording must be
enabled before these codes will work.
Call Recording and Monitoring Legal Requirements
In Australia, there is current legislation applicable to the recording and monitoring of phone calls. This legislation varies by state and has different requirements for different circumstances. In some cases it may not be legal for your to use call recording or monitoring features at all.
By law it is your responsibility to ensure that your use of any Tronic product features and functions is compliant with any relevant legislation.
Tronic accepts no responsibility for misuse of, or implementation of these features and functions that may be deemed unlawful or the subject of any criminal or civil matter.
The ACMA provides a fact sheet that may provide a starting point to understand the legal requirements of using these features:Please click fact sheet
Tronic intends for this information to be used as a guide only and it does not constitute legal
advice, nor should it be relied upon as a substitute for legal advice. We strongly recommend
seeking independent legal advice before the use of call recording or monitoring features.