Outright, no there isnt a configuration. Depending on the situation you can use crafty configuration to do what you need.
Example, I had secretaries with over 20 lines each on their phones (most with ringer shut off for display only). The problem they had was that anytime the phone was ringing on one of the 20 lines, even some silent ones, if they picked up the handset to make another call they answered the 1st ringing call. To alleviate this problem I set the CallManager Service parameter "Always use prime line" to True. From there on the secretary had to press answer softkey or the actually line button to answer a phone outside of his/her primary extension. Now this is a global parameter that effects every phone in the cluster. In my situation it did fix my problem, hopefully it can yours as well.
Fred is correct,and this is a good solution! But like (trouillard) pointed out to me recently this can be set on a user by user basis. Look at the first page of the Phone configuration down towards the bottom @ Auto Line Select
No worries!! Your answers have been consistantly good since you started posting (and don't forget that you will probably only get rated on about 1 out of every 10 answers anyways) The exact same question came up a few months back and I gave the same answer as you, and then as I noted in my first reply Thomas came up with the phone by phone setting. So I learned something new that day and that is the whole point of this forum.
So don't sell yourself short, and keep on helping us all with your knowledgeable answers!
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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