MCID & dial *57 (Customer Originated Trace) immediately after the call?
Is it possible to have Callmananger 4.2(3) tag a threatening call as MCID, and dial (star)*57 (Customer Originated Trace, or Call Trace) immediately after the call completes on a Cisco 2800 H.323 Voice Gateway with VXO ports? We have POTS lines, and I have been informed by the telephone company that we have to dial *57 at the dial tone on the same line the call came in on immediately after the threatening call. Most of the lines are in a hunt group, but some are dedicated to certain phones.
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