One of the features our users have now is called a "call pickup group". Certain users are grouped together, and have the ability to pickup each others phone lines when it's ringing.
Each user only has 1 phone line. Here's the scenerio. Bob and Mary (our favorite Cisco example users) are in a call group together. A call comes into Bob's phone, but he isn't at his desk. Mary hear's Bob's phone ringing. Mary picks up her phone (gets a dailtone), presses *99, and then she receives the call that was rining at Bob's phone.
So it's not really that they can access each other's phone lines. It's only during a call ringing, they can intercept the call and "transfer" it to their phone.
I'm not sure how that translates to a UCM world. I don't need the procedure to be identical, just need the functionality.
You are most welcome my friend :) These are really nice phones I must say. I'll have to keep it hidden or I'll be replacing 2200 7940/7960's and 7941/7961's too soon.
We wanted to get these to test the new HHC (Headset Hookswitch Control) with Cordless Headsets (Plantronics and Jabra) where the user will be able to answer calls from the Headset itself without the Handset Lifter.
With the use of an Adaptor Part # APC-4 (called the HHC Adaptor) which plugs into the Aux Port on the base of the phone allows calls to be answered and disconnected via the Headset without the use of the Lifter
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.