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More VMPro

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When a call comes in thru a Module/Shortcode start point and you want the call to ring a group,you need to have a transfer action to that group, the system puts the call on hold immediately and the caller hears MOH straight away ie...Theyt dial the number, hear a ring or 2 as it connects then get MOH while the system rings the group can you have the caller hear the ringing instead of MOH.

RE: More VMPro

This was the case with older versions, 2.0(16) VM Pro now plays ring tone on transfer action if directed directly from a Transfer action.

RE: More VMPro

No it doesnt

RE: More VMPro

There may be a work around.... let me see your manager ".cfg" and vmpro "vmdata.mdb" files.

RE: More VMPro

What version of VM/firmware are you using.??
This HAS changed with different releases of firmware and VM Pro versions.

RE: More VMPro

Sorry MRIPO, transfer does, assisted transfer doe snot

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