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Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

(OP)
How Do I link an application (automatic Attendant) create in the application Builder with a SDN Table, for instance, If I want to have to different automatic attendant, each one should be link to a SDN table

RE: Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

system, service directory number, new.. then point that sdn to the application

john poole
bellsouth business
columbia,sc

RE: Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

if that is a vacant dn,

ld 23
new
acd
maxp 1
ncfw xxxx ... to your mail

ignore all the other prompts

john poole
bellsouth business
columbia,sc

RE: Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

(OP)
ok...I created an application with the ID 1002 (In the application Builder) and a Service DN 7000 for Voice Messaging, but I dont see where to link the application and the Service DN

RE: Add the application to the Service Directory Number (SDN) Table

in the call pilot server :system, service directory number, new

john poole
bellsouth business
columbia,sc

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