I am aware on the Cisco Type-A phones (7905, 7912, 7940, and 7960) there is no support to display the + sign. However on a CUCM 7.x cluster where +E164 dialing is setup, are we able to dial a +E164 number from the Cisco Type-A phone from a click-to-dial applications?
The SRND states that there is no support to display the + sign but if the application present the + sign to the phone, will it still be able to dial a +E164 number.
This is not a question on +E164 dial plan setup but whether we can use Cisco Type-A phone in a cluster design for +E164 dialing.
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