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MCR on 6 phones

MCR on 6 phones

MCR on 6 phones

I have set up a DN as MCR that forwards to VM after 4 rings on 6 phones.

It is now being reported that not all the phones start ringing at the same time, and one of the phone only gets to 2 rings before they all stop and the call is forwarded to VM.

Anybody have a clue where to start looking?

Or am I just looking for MCR to do something it is not designed to do?

Thank you in advance


RE: MCR on 6 phones

Hello Greg

It might be easier to post all 6 TN's here. The MCR works fine in normal use but check if other users were on the phone on a different DN as this will affect the ringing.

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RE: MCR on 6 phones

Check the programming on the phone that has the MCR Marp on it

RE: MCR on 6 phones

Agreeing w/ KCFLHRC, the call is being controlled by the phone that is MARP

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