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Topic # 14539 8-Jul-2007 22:13
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Hey guys... If I set Call Forwarding on Busy and Call Forwarding on No Answer and then set those off again, will the service return to forwarding calls to the voice mail?

Also, when forwarding the calls, what's the standard? Will the platform forward Calling Number, Called Number, Original Calling Number like in the SS7 ISUP configuration?

I want to forward to an Exchange Server 2007 with unified communication enabled, so knowing

Other question is how flexible can we make the e-mail notification? I'd like to receive e-mail notification on No Answer or Busy, but not for connected calls - currently we receive an e-mail for every call.




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  Reply # 77384 9-Jul-2007 06:47
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You have a couple of Options,

Voicemail Settings override the Call Forward Options, so in Messaging you can elect to send only busy calls to VoiceMail and use Call Forward on No Answer to a Cell phone.

For Call forward yes our interconnect are all PTC331 (Tollbypass and Local)  complainat this is the ISUP standard for SS& interconnects in NZ, so what you should see on your mobile if you had call forward on is the real A Party Number (not your VFX number)

EMail notification is limited to at this stage every call (Call Notify) this is what you will be using at present or the EMail options under messaging. (Not a bad suggestion I will see what our developers think of it)

 




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