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Can we have an android application which will direct any incoming call to:

  1. The cell number in case WiFi is disabled
  2. Office extension number through Jabber client in case WiFi is connected (when I am in office, I want to receive calls on my extension instead of cell).

Is there any Jabber client is available which has such settings, or I need to develop an Android application (In java) which can achieve this?

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This is a very particular case because not everybody which has a WiFi connection is necessarily in an office, so I think currently there is no app to achieve this. I might be wrong but I guess you'll have to develop that one. – Francisco Alvarado Dec 18 '12 at 7:09
Will Xabber be the suitable Jabber client for this? – bk elizabeth Dec 18 '12 at 12:20
Try with Xabber, because is highly rated by users, although you should check out Cisco Jabber too. – Francisco Alvarado Dec 18 '12 at 15:28

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