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Can I program a button to do?

Can I program a button to do?

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We have just configured our systems so all user have a personal conference rooms in IPO server 10.1 with 7 V2s in expansion mode
I have configured user rights with buttons that will connect to the conference center, set or change PIN for users personal conference room and I would like to give them a button which will take them directly into personal conference room. I have a shortcode of

code **XXXX
feature Conference Meet Me
Number N

When I dial **MyExt# it works. It Takes me into the conference room and my set displays Conference XXXX(Users ext.)and anyone can join

Can anyone tell me how I can program a button to accomplish this?

RE: Can I program a button to do?

Try an Abbreviated Dial button set to **.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: Can I program a button to do?

How about program a button with the feature "Confrence Meet Me" & set the action data as the required Conf ID (Users Extn Number)
other users would still have to dial the short-code


Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: Can I program a button to do?

** is always a bad option for a shortcode as it conflicts with the mobility option

Try to dial **E via a button (or make a different shortcode which I would do, my system SC is *22xxx)

Joe W.

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