Scheduling for Office 365

Using Scheduling a meeting
The StarLeaf Scheduler for Office 365 (‘O365’) allows all O365 users in an organization to schedule video meetings directly from their O365 client and Outlook web version. How to schedule … Continued

Installing StarLeaf

Installing StarLeaf desktop and mobile
For instructions on how to install and sign into StarLeaf on your device, click on one of the following topics: StarLeaf for Windows StarLeaf for macOS StarLeaf for mobile, tablet, … Continued

Quality of Service with StarLeaf

Managing StarLeaf platform and traffic routing
Quality of Service (QoS) support is an optional extra that can be included as part of your organization’s endpoint subscriptions. When enabled for an organization, you can set a DSCP … Continued


Managing StarLeaf advanced
In this topic: About Click-to-Call Limitations Supported browsers for Click-to-Call TCP media support Dynamic bandwidth support Proxy support About Click-to-Call You can join a StarLeaf meeting within a web browser … Continued

Cloud 4.3

Managing StarLeaf releases Earlier releases
Introduction These release notes provide you with information about the latest upgrade to the StarLeaf Cloud, Portal, and endpoints. This is a maintenance release and is effective from March 2017. … Continued

PDF Downloads

Find installation sheets, quick start guides, API guides, and more from the list below. For localized quick start guides, refer to Localized PDF Downloads. Click-to-Call GuideCloud API GuideCloud Endpoint Control … Continued


Integrating Cloud Endpoint Control API
boolean – Boolean value (true or false). integer – 53-bit signed integer.Note that this need not fit in either a 32-bit (signed or unsigned) integer nor a IEEE 754 single-precision … Continued


Integrating Cloud Endpoint Control API
Response body All response bodies contain text of type application/json encoded in UTF-8. For requests with nontrivial responses, this is a JSON object encoding the requested detail. For requests that … Continued


Integrating Cloud Endpoint Control API
Each StarLeaf Cloud endpoint runs an HTTP server and supports HTTP 1.0 and 1.1. You may prefer to use HTTP 1.1 because it allows multiple requests per connection to the … Continued