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VM 4 Custom features

VM 4 Custom features

VM 4 Custom features

(OP)
Are there any hacks or addons available for the Norstar vm 4? Such as adding a PIN to a CCR or IVR type functions like polls, etc.

Thanks

RE: VM 4 Custom features

What are you trying to accomplish?

Maybe there is a function within the Norstar or the Voice Mail that will allow you to do what you are trying to do WITHOUT having to modify a perfectly good working system.

Dave McCall
Norstarpro

RE: VM 4 Custom features

(OP)
I would like to password protect a ccr tree level on VM4.

RE: VM 4 Custom features

OK R9, this is ugly but you asked for it:

A thought to try.

Set up a real extention without a user. An ATA on a card machine is a good example because the card machine doesn't answer. Set that extention to be the attendant of the CCR you want to protect. Create a mailbox for the ATA but don't initialize it. Set the CFNA to 2. Then give the ATA's ext number to thos

RE: VM 4 Custom features

R9 -
I see my post was cut off. I'll finnish it.
... to those who would get the password for the CCR. Then set the ATA to CFNA to the CCR. So when a call comes into another AA/CCR the ATA ext can be dialed and then default xfered to the CCR it is the attendant for. It is possible that the ATA will only default xfer to CCR/AA #1. If so use #1 as your hiddent tree. I havn't done this, won't do it, but if you do then post the results.

PhM

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