They have a feature from an Avaya PABX where a user can just enter a two digit code to transfer a call into VM
Caller A rings User B
User B has CFNA to User C
User C answer and enters the two digit code and Caller A is transferred in User B`s VM
User B & C are DN`s terminating on dealing system
Avaya>>>>>> Avaya analogue ports- terminating on dealing system
I can get the same feature to work by moving User B&C from the dealing system and giving them cisco phones then ask them to use IDivert however they want to remain on the dealing system
We are mirgating them from avaya to cisco but the other system will remain
Cisco>>>>>analogue vg224>>>>DN`s terminating on another system
The issue is not whether we use VG`s or we use Qsig but with the transfer to VM. They do not want to enter any further digits so I can not use the CTI RP method either. Basically they want to transfer Caller A to VM and for the transfer to keep the original User B
Since the user B is the original called number then one the call transferred to user C and user C forward the callnto VM/unity connection and user A has a vm box then it will be sent to user A vm box ?
I know it works with CFNA but we need it to work after the call has been answered which is why I first sugested IDIVERT howwever the User B& C will not be on cisco handset but on the dealing system. I`m thinking of the forward setting on QSIG but can not work out which one- out system is production so can only do things on a weekend
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