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Maintenance Ring back

Maintenance Ring back

Maintenance Ring back

(OP)
I some systems you can add a feature code to maintenance test phones, call the code, put the phone down, system rings you back, some play announcement of your extension number. Is there anything like that in IP Office or could be setup in VMPro?

RE: Maintenance Ring back

I didn't have VM Pro at my home office when you posted this so I couldn't play with it. You can create a VM Pro mod that will read the ext number back to you. Use a generic action to set $CP0 to $CLI. Next to a generic that the entry prompt is $CP0. When you dial the short code it will read the ext number back to you.

Dermis and feline can be divorced by manifold methods.*
*(Disclaimer for all advise given)--'Version Dependent'

RE: Maintenance Ring back

(OP)
Cheers works ok

RE: Maintenance Ring back

(OP)
Is there a way to get it to ring the user back, I was thinking use CLI to populate $CP0 then use that to set a alarm for current time, hopefully when they put the phone down they get an alarm call back. Problem I have is for IPO I have to go to either Lab or Customer site, both not possible right now.

RE: Maintenance Ring back

Use a post dial. But you will need to set a user variable to store the CLI for a second module. Use a post dial action that points to a different module that is set up like the one above to read it back to you. Use the CLI variable for the post dial target extension.

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*(Disclaimer for all advise given)--'Version Dependent'

RE: Maintenance Ring back

(OP)
thanks I will give it a try

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