When searching for a range of extensions, the search result does not show all extensions within a range. For example, if I search for extensions within the 33 range (which is from 3300 - 3399), some valid extensions do not show on the search result. Is this by design or an issue with directory search?
Users are in the directory. The strange thing is when I search for specific name or extension, it shows. But when I search by range as I mentioned earlier, it does not show some of the names or extension.
Interesting... I wonder if some of the phone numbers were entered as a string instead of a number, or vice versa. It could be the difference of inputting manually versus BATting, for example. You could try finding a user whose number does not appear on a number search and clear/re-enter the number on that user entry, just to see if that clears up the problem.
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