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Appearances get connected

Appearances get connected

Appearances get connected

(OP)
Our receptionist is complaining that when she has calls in apeearances 1 and 3, that when she tries to transfer on of the calls it joins the conferences the appearances and drops them.  It doesn't matter if there is or isn't a call on appearance 2.  She swears that she is not hitting "Conf" instead of "Trnsfr".

Anybody ever seen this before?  

RE: Appearances get connected

(OP)
Our receptionist is complaining that when she has calls in apeearances 1 and 3, that when she tries to transfer one of the calls it joins the appearances and drops them.  They get conferenced together off of our phone system.  It doesn't matter if there is or isn't a call on appearance 2.  She swears that she is not hitting "Conf" instead of "Trnsfr".

Anybody ever seen this before?

^^^^^I reworded the question...sorry for any confusion.

RE: Appearances get connected

try disabling call waiting & set the user to busy on hold.
not having these settings is known to cause similar problems with receptionists

RE: Appearances get connected

(OP)
Thank you very much I'm testing the settings now and will let you know if it helps her.

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