The problem here is that "any way you slice it" the IP Phone needs to receive Dial Tone before the call can be completed. So when you are On-Hook dialing you need to do one of 4 things to complete the call.
1. Press the Speakerphone Button
2. Pickup the Handset
3. Press the Dial Softkey
4. Press the Headset Button
There is no way around this, and it makes sense that you have to let the phone know which device you are using (Handset,Headset or Speakerphone :)
I realize I wasn't clear enough with my problem. When onhook, I would like the IP Phone to start dialing a number when I finish hitting the 3 digits of an internal DN without hitting the Dial button or whatsoever.
In other words i would like the IP phone to dial automatically a 3 digit DN only if it is not beginning by a Zero.
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