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IPoffice transfer to page then to extension

IPoffice transfer to page then to extension

IPoffice transfer to page then to extension

IP office 403, connected to a school bogn paging system.  The switch is connected to the paging via co port.  User dials *88 for paging, recieves dialtone from bogen then dials classroom.  Works fine.  Can we.....have a live call then transfer to paging room, and have teacher pick up the call from paging on their phone?  

RE: IPoffice transfer to page then to extension

VMPro: use an assisted transfer token to dial your paging sequence and play a canned prompt "Call for you, dial X to pickup."  The X would be a specific conference meet-me shortcode for a specific conference room - make them the same as the classrooms for simplicity.  In your callflow, you would then use another assisted transfer token to send the caller to the correct conference meet-me room.


RE: IPoffice transfer to page then to extension

Could you explain this problem again, is the person who starts the page the one who needs to then be on the phone call with the classroom?  Or is this a simple issue of a person announcing a call and then having the teacher pick it up?

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