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repeating greeting on a Nam

repeating greeting on a Nam

repeating greeting on a Nam

Does anyone know how I can have an option to repeat the main greeting once it plays.   

I was thinking about setting up another CCR tree and have an option to jump from tree 1 to tree 2, but does anyone know an easier way.



RE: repeating greeting on a Nam

In the recording of the CCR Menu prompt have an option that informs the caller to press a digit to repeat this menu....for sales press 1, service press 3,etc,...to repeat this menu press 8.

Program option  8 as an Info Point
Record the info point as 'one moment please'
Program the destination of the Info Point to be Home or Previous.

RE: repeating greeting on a Nam

After posting this yesterday, and walking away from the problem,  It then came to me.   I guess when you look at something for so long,  You just go blank

Thank you for the response.


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