Is there any polices against using Cordless phones at the ward buildings for clerks? Or any other polices regarding cordless phones?
We would like to use a cordless phone in the clerks office. The corded phone can get in the way when processing finances with all of the paper work on the desk during that time and make a mess of things when needing to call a member or taking a call.
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I don't know policy, but I would suggest making sure the phone has at least some level of security on the radio link between the handset and the base unit. If I understand correctly, the older analog cordless phones (like the one at my house) have no security features, so anyone on the street could listen to the conversation. I would hope the newer digital ones encrypt the link, but I'd want to be sure before using one in a ward office.
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