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Extension mobility

Extension mobility

Extension mobility

This is going to sound 1/2 baked but here goes:

I have 2 phones that should be in a hunt group (for argument's sake, let's say these are cashier phones that are 10 feet apart). A user (let's say a cashier manager with a separate office) wants to be able to sign into the phone and have his own extension on the phone + the extension of the phone that belongs to the hunt group. When someone calls the manager's extension (a different phone) directly, he wants his own phone to ring, the phone he is logged into to ring and his cell phone to ring. That is a lot of ringing.

I'm not sure how to best accomplish this. I would think remote profile for the manager for his phone/his mobile, and extension mobility on the phones in the hunt group. Does that seem reasonable or possible?

RE: Extension mobility

just add the hunt DN line to the users extension mobility profile.
the mobility profile that makes his cell phone ring should not change.

All should be good.

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