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Call Pilot 150 Press 1 to use DTMF before CCR Tree

Call Pilot 150 Press 1 to use DTMF before CCR Tree

Call Pilot 150 Press 1 to use DTMF before CCR Tree

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Have Client who was in Call Pilot 150 Release 31.10.14.22 playing with CCR Tree. Now when you dial in you after greeting but before CCR you hear "If you are calling from a touch tone phone press 1 now. If you are a rotary stay on the line" Assume easy fix. But I don't see anything that pops out to me.

RE: Call Pilot 150 Press 1 to use DTMF before CCR Tree

Touch Touch gate...login then AA then 1 , change to none.

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RE: Call Pilot 150 Press 1 to use DTMF before CCR Tree

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Perfect Curlycord. Got in through RAD. Saved a trip!! Sure you have bajillion stars but have one more!!!

RE: Call Pilot 150 Press 1 to use DTMF before CCR Tree

I do not see a star but it's the thought that counts!
Thanks for kudos

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