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User | Source Numbers

This form is used to enter values that have special usages. These are entered using the Add, Edit or Remove buttons.



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  • V<Caller's ICLID>
    For systems using Voicemail Lite or Voicemail Pro in IP Office mode, strings prefixed with a V indicate numbers from which access to the users mailbox is allowed without requiring entry of the mailbox's voicemail code.

  • R<Caller's ICLID>
    To allow data access only from a specified number prefix the number with a "R", for example R7325551234.

  • H<Group Name>
    Allows the user to receive message waiting indication of new group messages. Enter H followed by the group name, for example HMain.

    • On suitable display extensions, the hunt group name and number of new messages is displayed. Refer to the appropriate telephone user guide.

    • If the user is using Phone Manager, the Messages tab shows the hunt group name and number of new messages.

    • If the user is not a member of the group, a voicemail code must be set for the group's mailbox. See Voicemail Code on the Hunt Group | Voicemail tab.

  • P<Telephone Number>
    This entry sets the destination for callback (outbound alert) calls from voicemail. Enter P followed by the telephone number including any necessary external dialing prefix, for example P917325559876. This facility is only available when using Voicemail Pro through which a default Callback or a user specific Callback start point has been configured. Refer to the Voicemail Pro documentation. This feature is separate from voicemail ringback.

    Used for users with multiple call appearance buttons. When present, this string stops the users last call appearance button from being used to receive incoming calls. This ensures that the user always has a call appearance button available to make outgoing calls and to initiate transfers and conferences.

  • AT<string>
    Strings beginning with AT can be used with a user called DTEDefault to configure the default settings of the IP Office control unit's DTE port.


NoUser User Source Numbers
The following source numbers can also be used on the Source Numbers tab of the NoUser user. These affect all users on the system.

  • H323SetupTimerNoLCR
    Used to set the fallback time from VoIP trunks to non-VoIP trunks within LCR. See IP Trunk Fallback.

    Used to increase the length of names sent for display on DS phones. See Caller Display.

    Used to hide the call status information, for example Dial, Conn, etc, on DS phones. Used in conjunction with the LONGER_NAMES option.

    Used to change the timeout for still queued messages. The parameter nn can be replace with a time in seconds between 20 and 180.






















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