What's callresult=16? Is it code which appears when dialer abandons call because there is not enough free agents, in progressive or predictive mode?
So when I set abandon calls limit to 2% in Cisco Configuration manager, system monitors callresults 16?
It's strange that we still got callresult=13 even when the settings are:
-lines per agent = 1.0
-maximun lines per agent=1.0
Is it possible that Cisco dialer makes nuisance calls even in progressive mode with those parameters? So that customer receives very short call (1-2 seconds) which dialer cancels because some unknown errors????
Same time when system has called to phone number 091234567 and got CallResult=13 to Dialing_List tables, there is CallDisposition=26, PeripheralCallType=7 for that phone number in Termination_Call_Details -table.
According documentation CallDisposition=26 means "U-Abort, Not currently used"
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