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ON A IP OFFICE 500 V2 R.9.1 AND A NORSTAR TELEPHONE T7316E IS WANTED TO USE AS A RECEPTIONIST TELEPHONE BUT THE PROBLEM WHEN WE WANT TO TRANSFER AN INTERNAL EXTENSION TO AN EXTERNAL USER THE CALL WILL CUT.WHEN TO REMEMBER AND TRANSFER.
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RE: IP OFF

Hi Cheikdtn

Have you disable "inhibit off-switch transfer" and "drop External Only Impromptu Conference" under System>Telephony?

This will stop you transferring off switch.

Kind regards

RE: IP OFF

(OP)
HI IPOfficeWTF

I DISABLED THESE 2 OPTIONS AND CA WALK.
THANK YOU SO MUCH

RE: IP OFF

when you pick up telecoms after working in the artillery corps.

Depending on the URI configuration the ICR can be completely ignored.

If your URI is configured to use internal data then the IP Office will look into the user's SIP tab and if you have *'s it will look into ICR.

A madman with a taste for speed.

RE: IP OFF

Try to disable Capslock, capitals is considered as shouting in internet forums...
When receiving a solution then another act of good usage is to give the member providing the answer a star as regards.

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