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Topic # 13695 24-May-2007 11:37
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In the call forwarding always option there is a text box entitled * Calls Forward to phone number / SIP-URI . Is the forwarding to a sip uri supported because I am unable to get it to work? When enable call forwrading to a sip uri and then phone my number it rings once and then I get Neil informing me 'the number you have dialed is not in service'


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  Reply # 72055 24-May-2007 12:32
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At this stage putting in a sip uri will not work as it's not fully supported, just use standard phone numbers




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  Reply # 72070 24-May-2007 14:20
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Getting a wee bit OT but is there any way for a VFX user to have a publically addressible SIP URI at all?

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  Reply # 72074 24-May-2007 14:36
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no sorry Steve , not at this point in time




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