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Avaya IPO 11 twinning, connected number in display

Avaya IPO 11 twinning, connected number in display

Avaya IPO 11 twinning, connected number in display

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Hi,
We’ve an IPO 11.0 server edition with PRI.
Situation (fictive numbers):
Internal number A = 6000
Internal number B = 7000 this number is twinned to mobile phone 012345678, that works fine.

When A6000 calls to B6000, A sees B and 7000 in the display but when B answers on his mobile phone, A sees “connected with 012345678”.
Is there a possibility to hide this mobile number so A cannot see if B answer on the fixed phone or on the mobile phone?

Thanks!

RE: Avaya IPO 11 twinning, connected number in display

you could try and use a shortcode instead but I doubt that it works.

IX workplace so that the call is actually answered by the extension is the only way I know works for sure

Joe
FHandw, ACSS (SME)

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