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Two Operators in same tennant?

Two Operators in same tennant?

Two Operators in same tennant?

Is it possible to have some extensions go to a different "Operator" when they press zero? Even disabling the feature from a group of phones would be usefull- currently, 0 is using FNO 64: Access Code Convert which sends callers to our Operator.  It doesn't seem that FNO 64 is assignable by COS.

RE: Two Operators in same tennant?

There are two ways to do this. 1 add joint TNN (extra cost software) or 2 specific attendant access (also extra cost software). Dis soft to see if you have it. otherwise you will need to order from Altura

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