•SIP phones that do not support the PickUp and GpickUp soft keys must use feature access codes (FACs) to access these features.
•Different directory numbers with the same extension number must have the same Pickup configuration.
•A directory number can be assigned to only one pickup group.
•Pickup group numbers can vary in length, but must have unique leading digits. For example, if you configure group number 17, you cannot also configure group number 177. Otherwise a pickup in group 17 is always triggered before the user can enter the final 7 for 177.
•Calls from H.323 trunks are not supported on SIP phones.
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