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2 X TDA 200. 16Chan Gateway. 1 VM.

2 X TDA 200. 16Chan Gateway. 1 VM.

2 X TDA 200. 16Chan Gateway. 1 VM.

(OP)
Hi all:

We are running two TDA200 linked with the 16 Channel VoIP cards and running the enhanced SD card for centralised VM.

I have been asked by our client to see if they can distinguish between sites when a caller was to press 0 whilst they were being played a users Greeting.

I dont think its possible but am going to ask the question.

RE: 2 X TDA 200. 16Chan Gateway. 1 VM.

I don't think it is... what does the display say on the operators phone when someone zeros out during a users OGM. are you using unique ext numbers at each location?

RE: 2 X TDA 200. 16Chan Gateway. 1 VM.

(OP)
Dial plans for each site are unique.

So Extn are all unique and ICM are all unique.

The only possibly way I had thought of is a custom AA option for each mail box. But with TDA200's you can understand why I would not want to do that.

RE: 2 X TDA 200. 16Chan Gateway. 1 VM.

yes your on the right track two icd group buttons or phantom
exts unique to the operator and covering ext set accordingly
at each site would do the trick...

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