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Zero Out

Zero Out

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I have a MM 2.0 hooked up to an S8300 via an IP trunk.. Everything seems to be working alright except for a few small things.  The most important at this time is the Zero Out function from a mailbox.  If I set it up under the TUI, it will ring whatever I put in there for a half ring and show on the phone for a half second, then it disconnects both sides.

If I set the secondary extension I believe it's called in the MSS, it will go to the mailbox I specify but it doesn't ring, which I think maybe normal.  

Any ideas as to what would make the call disconnect after a split second?  It it a software patch(don't believe I have any service packs on it, but didn't see any issues resolved regarding zero out), or could it be the H.323 trunk configuration?

Any help would be fantastic!

RE: Zero Out

you must have the call transfer set to blind. If you are using IP you must use full for the transfer type in the VMSC

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