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IPO Short Codes

IPO Short Codes

IPO Short Codes

(OP)
The docs on short codes are very limited in their descriptions, can anyone help with some examples of some really cool ones, not just the simple stuff now as I am "GrandmasterOPI" please remember.
Thank you

RE: IPO Short Codes

One we like makes the park & ride feature operate in a similar fasion to an INDeX
Assuming exts in the range 2XX

Short Code 2XXX
Number     .
Feature    Ride Call.

now any user can pick up a parked call simply by dialing the park bay number
much easier than *38*<Number>#

Also diverting an ext to a shortcode that does a direct mail drop can chearup managers who want there secretary to get all thier msgs

Number "#<mailbox Name>"
Feature VoicemailCollect

RE: IPO Short Codes

This one will work for a quick way to do direct to voice mail (in US at least) with voice mail lite or voice mail pro. Say you have a 4 digit dial plan and you have no other short code starting with # You could create a short code like:
Short Code: #XXXX
TelephoneNumber:#N
Line group:Default (or the networked trunk group to the centralized VMP)
Feature:VoiceMailCollect

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