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CLI on IP Office

CLI on IP Office

CLI on IP Office

if I get an incoming CLI e.g.
But I only want 01122222222 shown to the Main Reception / Phones how can I strip / reduce the first 12 digits ?

Many thanks

RE: CLI on IP Office

Put the CLI number in the directory ( phonebook ) and name it the number you would like to display.
If the CLI comes in then the display shows the name of the number on display phones.

RE: CLI on IP Office

You can also setup a hunt group. Point the incoming call route with the CLI to it and add the receptionist to the group. then it will show: 01122222222>receptionist

Just a thought.

RE: CLI on IP Office

& if your directory entry is 123456? the display will show the directory name:<remainder of CLI>
this could be used to strip leading digits

RE: CLI on IP Office

Many thanks will be trying all the suggestions this morning and post back.

RE: CLI on IP Office

None of the Directory Numbers made a difference :-(
tried number? and ?remaindernumber but nothing.

Let me explain a bit better , the first digits :
012345678910 is the variable and actual CLI I need the
01122222222 is the called number but is showing in the calling field currently.

Aend="Reception(200)" (2.3) Bend="" [] (0.0) CalledNum= () CallingNum=0011203100000118074468 ()

But it must be :

Aend="Reception(200)" (2.3) Bend="" [] (0.0) CalledNum=0118074468 () CallingNum=0112031000 ()

Any help Please ?

RE: CLI on IP Office

perform a monitor trace on the ISDN
if this is what is being presented then it is a network provider error.

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