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Selecting Bridge Appearance

Selecting Bridge Appearance

Selecting Bridge Appearance

We have a user that has two stations. One is her actual station (2222) and one is at another location (3333) with a bridged appearance of 2222 on it. When she is at the 3333 location, she wants to go off hook and automatically select the bridged appearance (2222). Is there a way to have the 3333 location always select the bridged appearance?.

Hopefully, that makes sense.


RE: Selecting Bridge Appearance

Seeing that this is the Networking forum you may want to post this in the correct forum instead.
The system you may have is BCM, IP Office, Aura or CS1000 and depending on which one the answer may be different.

In case it is an IP Office, this is the correct forum

Joe W.

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