I dont think CME allows moh on internal calls until 4.0. But if you are running 4.0 and he has 2 lines, have him call himself and then put himself on hold. lol. Or he can call the main number and have the attendant put him on hold. This is just a waste though I think of a PRI or FXO.
mm, think i've heard this kind of request before, it's to emulate a PBX feature on which a user could press a button and when the phone was on-hook and idle he could listen (on that request) to the radio
unfortunately after reviewing all the possible options and discussing this with CME guys the only possible way to have something similar was the live-feed that Matt mentions.
of course it won't be the same way because you will need to establish a call and put it on hold to get this, instead of being idle and just pressing a button
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