My customer is moving to a new location, so they want all the old DIDs to come into an ipcc script, it would check in a database what is the new number for that DID , announce it ("the number has been changed,the new number is....") and transfer a call to the new number.
The problem is, once the call reaches the script, there is no indication of the original called number (the old DID number). There is just cti route point number instead. How can i deliver the original called number so i can use it in the "get call contact info" step?
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