Mango Telecom telephony integration

1. To connect Mango telephony, go to the «Channels» section and click «Add Channel».

2. Click on «Telephony».

3. Fill in the «Channel name», which will be displayed in the general channel list in the «Channels» section and when working with calls;

4. Select «Mango» telephony.

5. Copy the webhook address that is specified in the «Webhook for forwarding» field and click «Save».

6. Go to Mango → «Integration» → «API Connector».

7. In the «External systems» section paste the copied webhook address into the «External system address» field and click «Save».

8. In the section «Your PBX Data» copy the «Unique code of your PBX».

9. Go to Usedesk and paste the copied code into the «The unique code» field in Mango channel settings.

10. Repeat the steps to create a signature: in the «Your PBX Data» section copy the «Key to create a signature» (Mango Office) and paste it into the «Signature» field (Mango Channel setup in Usedesk).

If you have several numbers connected to the PBX, you can track only the numbers you need. To do this, enter in the «Tracked numbers» field the numbers of your PBX via comma in the format 74991234567, on which tickets will be created.

11. Configure access rights so that the agents you need can work in the telephony channel (important — an employee with «Internal employee» rights cannot make calls). How to set up the rights, we tell you in the article by the link.

For outgoing calls, the agent must have the operator's ID registered in the profile settings — it can be found in your personal account of your telephony.

If an outgoing call is made not from Usedesk, then for correct work with the distribution of calls, you need to add the number of each operator to the monitored numbers. An example of how to specify: SIP: + operator number. You can also leave the field blank, and all numbers will be tracked.

Note! Install the Mango Talker communicator.

When making a call (outgoing/incoming), a new or current customer creates a ticket card. Once the call is completed, an internal comment (start of an outgoing/incoming call) and information about the call will be added to the ticket card:

  • Type — outgoing call (call initiator — company employee), incoming call (call initiator — client);
  • Status — success (the client picked up the phone/got through to you), not success (the client did not pick up the phone/could not reach you);
  • ID — ID of the operator in the telephony;
  • Call time — the time when the call starts;
  • Completion time — the time when the call with the client is completed;
  • Call duration — time when the client/agent picked up the handset minus the end time [hh:mm:ss];
  • Download File Link — a button with a download link to download the call record;
  • Operator — employee data (name, surname) and the method of receiving calls;
  • Subscriber — the client's phone number.

If the call status is «not success», there will be no link to download the call information file.To make a ticket with call information automatically assigned to the user who is communicating with the client on the phone, go to the profile settings or the settings of the connecting user if you have administrator rights and fill out the fields:
  • In the «Profile» block, field «Phone» — add the number provided by Mango to which (and from which) the calls will be made;

  • In the «Telephony» block — select the type of telephony «mango» to automatically assign ticket with a conversation to the user who is communicating with the client by phone;
  • «Operator ID» — ID of the operator from the PBX.

    Look for the operator's ID from the PBX in Mango's personal account:

Note! Settings may differ from operator to operator, so it is best to contact Mango Telecom support to help with the connection. If you need any advice or additional help, write to us at

For more information on how telephony works in Usedesk, please see here.