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outcalling to more then one person

outcalling to more then one person

outcalling to more then one person

(OP)
Is it possible to have an extension (voicemail) call out to more then one number ...using source number within the user as this case is its a SERVICE afterhours mailbox

source number
P*601

Shortcode   *601
tel #        1212xxxxxx,,,,,100##  (BEEPER)
grp          0
feature      dial

works great but would ideal to call out to more then one
person ...

possible to cascade numbers or forward to another mailbox that also has outcalling set ???

if it matters we are running 1.4(22)

Thanks for any and all post !

Pabell

RE: outcalling to more then one person

This may be a long way in setting it up, but you could create a hunt group, make the numbers you want it to call members of the group. If you need it to call a beeper, forward one of the numbers to a beeper.
Hope I understood what you were asking.



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