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Call pilot car dial out

Call pilot car dial out

Call pilot car dial out

(OP)
I have a costumer with a CP and ccr activated to call an offsite party. Is there a way to access the tree and change the outbound number remotely?

Wayne T

RE: Call pilot car dial out

No
But you could use the mailbox instead of CCR but that depends on your scenario/setup.

Another option is to network the Callpilot and VPN or Remote Desktop to access the web page.


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www.curlycord.com
Toronto, CAN

RE: Call pilot car dial out

(OP)
What I am trying to determine is can someone hack in to the CCR and change the destination of a transfer? My customer has an after hours transfer to an on call agent for emergencies.
They were recently hacked through a mailbox. We fixed that but I am wondering about the CCR.

Wayne T

RE: Call pilot car dial out

Same answer...No
You cannot change CCR other than what I said above.

Then only thing you can change remotely are user mailboxes settings and company greetings and open or close business(via sysmgr mailbox)

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RE: Call pilot car dial out

(OP)
That's what I thought but I just needed conformation. Thanks for the input I appreciate the help.

Wayne T

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