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Tolls & The Definity G3Si

Tolls & The Definity G3Si

Tolls & The Definity G3Si

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Can someone please explain the concept of tolls to me, and specifically regarding their use on the G3si ?

I'd like to know more about

(1) What can be achieved using tolls
(2) toll analysis
(2) restricted toll lists
(3) unrestricted call lists
(4) Can I produce reports when a person tries to dial a premium rate number, and do I need a CDR device to do this.   I can confirm that CDR has been enabled on our PBX, so it would be nice to be able to produce a simple printed list without the need for additional hardware.   I do not wish to record such calls presently.

Thanks in advance - G.

RE: Tolls & The Definity G3Si

toll analysis is old technogly in definity history , Please use the ARS analysis Table to control the Toll call

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