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Clarify "sending restrictions"

Clarify "sending restrictions"

Clarify "sending restrictions"

Company 1 has given space in their PBX for a small company (hereafter known as Company 2) w/ a couple of mailboxes.  I have activated sending restrictions between community ID(CID) 1 (Company 1) and 9 (Company 2), but it gives me all the options such as message forwarding and directory options.  However, it does not actually send the message to the mailbox in the barred CID, rather displaying in the Activity Log (in the MSS) as a "scheduled" message.  

This seems odd that it would not give me a prompt saying "invalid mailbox/destination" etc when trying to send/forward between community ID's/.  Any thoughts?


RE: Clarify "sending restrictions"

On page 5-30 of the Concepts and Planning Guide it says that "Feedback will not be given when addressing a message to a destination that the system does not allow the originator to reach". To me that means that no prompt will be given. It would be nice to have a prompt, but maybe in release 3 ???

RE: Clarify "sending restrictions"

Ah, that sounds very familiar to those of us who are married/in relationship.  


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