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Time Out Delay???

Time Out Delay???

Time Out Delay???

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Is it possible to extend the time it takes for the system to Time Out while waiting for digits to be entered (i.e. dialing short code, then extn #  *2xxx).

When the person starts to dial and has to look back for the extn, the system times out before you finish and then you get an incapable wave off).

I know we can delay the time before the system sends digits out to the PSTN, however I don't beleive that setting effects internal dialing.

RE: Time Out Delay???

Change the Dial delay time in the System/telephony Tab.
This sets how long the IPO will wait before proccesing the dialed digits.

Dial Delay Count sets the number of digits to wait for before processing & should normaly be greater then the number of extn digits. as soon as this number is met the IPO will start processing the dialed digits.

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