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LCR

LCR

(OP)
I HAVE A SYSTEM WITH 250 USERS

412  v3 DT
7DT 30
1 PHONE 30
1 So8 MODULE

WHEN I PLACE AN LCR CODE IN THE SYSTEM UNDER THE LCR TAB THE FAX SERVER STOPS WORKING


ANY IDEA'S
I HAVE TWO SITE WITH THE SAME PROBLEM

RE: LCR

Your system short codes to the fax server are being processed by the LCR shortcodes & sent back to line group id 0.
yopu will need to add to the lcr shortcodes to ensure that they are correctly routed to the So module.

RE: LCR

(OP)
I understand what you are saying but what do i actually place into the system programing to resolve this issue


Line Group ID for the fax server is 901


Calls are 0 as normal

RE: LCR

assuming 1234 is the number to send to so

Sys short codes

Sc 1234
Number .
feature dial
Line group ID (dosnt mater as LCR will override this setting!

LCR short code

SC 1234
TN .
Feature Dial
Line group 901

RE: LCR

(OP)
Ok so basically you are saying that changing the LG ID to 901 will Let the fax Server function normally

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