To view all the Boxer contacts, tap the Contacts tab.

You can synchronize contacts by navigating to Boxer Settings > Accounts > Exchange and enabling the Sync Contact option.

Create Contacts

You can create contacts by tapping the '+' icon at the top-right corner of the Contacts screen and add information such as name, title, department, company, office location, email address, and other details.

You can also copy the details from the contact detail fields. If your admin has enabled certain restrictions, you are allowed to paste the details only in other Workspace ONE apps.

Export Contacts from Boxer

If configured by your administrator, Workspace ONE Boxer auto applies Caller ID functionality to all your Boxer contacts. Export Contacts exports contact with a name and number to the native contacts application under the Boxer's contacts group with a disclaimer. It says
This contact was created to enable caller ID for VMware Boxer contacts. No changes made here is reflected on your account. You can turn off Caller ID in Workspace ONE Boxer settings.
Any changes you make to these contacts in the native contacts app does not get reflected to Boxer contacts.

GAL Contacts

Use the GAL Contacts feature to create and save contacts from the Corporate Global Address List (GAL). The GAL contacts feature is enabled by default and supports creating and saving contacts from email, calendar, and Boxer's contacts. To create a GAL Contact:
  1. Select the GAL contact and then tap the icon present in the top-right side of the screen.
  2. Enter the contact details and tap Save.
Note: Workspace ONE Boxer does not synchronize the following contact information due to limitations of the Exchange ActiveSync protocol:
  • Assistant
  • Callback
  • Car
  • ISDN
  • Other Fax
  • Primary
  • Other
  • Radio
  • Telex

Identify your Incoming Calls Using the Callkit Support

Use Workspace ONE Boxer to identify incoming calls without exporting the Boxer contacts to the native contacts application.

This feature provides better security and separation between your corporate contacts and personal contacts. Caller ID functionality using CallKit is only valid for incoming and outgoing calls, and call history.
Note:
  • CallKit does not support integration with the iOS Messages app and traditional car Bluetooth systems. Your incoming texts and incoming calls are not identified when using traditional car systems.
  • This feature is supported only on 64-bit devices running iOS 10 and above versions.
  • Caller ID functionality using CallKit is not supported in China due to government restrictions.
  1. Navigate to your iOS Settings > Phone > Call Blocking & Identification.
  2. To enable the CallKit support, select Boxer and tap the toggle button.

CallKit support is enabled and your incoming calls are identified using the Boxer contacts. Due to iOS limitations, text and iMessage messages are not identified.