Im currently experiencing problems with calls being stuck in the queue.
This is what happens:
A Belgium customer dials an extension (CTI route point) and ends up in an IVR menu. Here he has the option to choose either the French or the Dutch language.
The option French redirects the call to another CTI Route Point that leads to an all French application.
The whole process, including the queuing, appears to work fine, except when the French skilled agents agent desktop gets the status Not Ready. If this happens the incoming French call gets stuck inside the queue. Setting the agent desktop back to Ready doesnt get the call out of the queue. The French skilled agent however is still able to receive Dutch calls as if the French queue was empty. (Agents that have the skill French assigned also receive Dutch calls, but not the other way around)
However, when dialing the French CTI Route Point directly, the problem doesnt occur.
As far as I can tell the problems point to the redirection from the Dutch to the French queue. Are there any known issues or need to knows when configuring such a call redirect within an IPCC express script?
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