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Call pilot transfer

Call pilot transfer

Call pilot transfer

(OP)
For years my auto attendant says please press * and the extension number of the person that you want to reach. It would then transfer you to the person that you dialed. Now when you press * it says exiting the system and disconnects. What is the fix?

RE: Call pilot transfer

When posting please post which Callpilot and/or software versions.

Will presume you have a Callpilot 100 or 150 due to posting in Norstar forums too.
On those soon as you log in via telephone you can press 9 to get the software version # which tells us something too.

Go to AA/GRTG/GRGT/ Return to AA should = Y


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RE: Call pilot transfer

(OP)
Thank you curlycord, you've solved my problem again. Return to auto attendant YES! FYI software is CP 31.10.31.23

RE: Call pilot transfer

Nice
CP 100 (or 150) and software is 3.1 for short.

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