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Orchestration Designer - entering digits to dial non DDI extensions

Orchestration Designer - entering digits to dial non DDI extensions

Orchestration Designer - entering digits to dial non DDI extensions

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Hi all, hoping someone can help me here! I'm wanting to write a script to collect 6 digits so callers can dial in, enter the extension number they wish to call and the call routes through to the extension. I've created countless menu systems, but the part I'm really stuck with is getting the return value into a route call statement. Basically I want to route calls to the input variable, but at a loss.

RE: Orchestration Designer - entering digits to dial non DDI extensions

OPEN VOICE SESSION
PLAY PROMPT VOICE SEGMENT greeting
COLLECT 6 DIGITS INTO autoatt_cv INTER DIGIT TIMER 4 WITH TERMINATING CHARACTER #
END VOICE SESSION

ROUTE CALL autoatt_cv

autoatt_cv is a DN type variable

RE: Orchestration Designer - entering digits to dial non DDI extensions

But really this is more of job for Callpilot or other voice mail system.

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