Kapanga's user interface looks pretty much like a regular softphone. The image below shows the different components of Kapanga.
Kapanga Default Skin
Configuring Kapanga. To configure every feature in Kapanga you'll need to know about the “K” icon. This icon is located in the upper left of the phone for the default skin. A one-mouse-click over this icon will open all the menus needed to configure, customize and license Kapanga Softphone.
Placing Calls. To place calls you can use any of the three independent lines located in the upper section above the DTMF digits. When the softphone is on focus, placing the mouse on top of a certain button will display its functionality to the user.
Once a call is established, additional buttons on the right side will be enabled.
During a conversation you can perform one of the following basic functions:
- Mute (Disable the microphone)
- Do not disturb (Reject all incoming calls)
- Conference (Blind transfer)
- Set the call on-hold (that's when your cool music kicks in on the background)
Other advanced features like call forwarding, fax auto-answer, etc, are available by configuring the back end of Kapanga.
To terminate a call, press the line button (in red color) corresponding to it.
Check for Updates. To check for updates manually, click on the K icon and then go to Help > Check for Updates. To have Kapanga update software automatically, please go to Configuration > General Settings, then set the checkbox in the Sofware Updates section of the General Debug tab.