I have Call Manager 3.02d running with Unity 2.4. I am using a 3660 as my gateway to the PSTN. When calls come in to our main number, the autoattendent picks up. When the caller enters the extension, the autoattendent rings the ext. Unity seems to be over-writing the caller ID info and sending the autoattendent number to the Cisco Phones. Is there a way to stop this from happening?<br><br>
Well I dont think theres much you can do from the Unity side of things if you had the outside call hitting an IP phone instead of one of our ports and then do a transfer to another internal extension, which number does the phone display? Im guessing it shows the extension calling, not the caller ID. There might be some tricky way we can force the calling number field to show the original caller ID instead of the extension actually doing the dial, Ill check with the MIU folks.
Is there any new information on this thread? I have the same issue. I am using a 2650 PRI gateway. If I send calls directly to the phone, I get caller ID. If I send them to Unity for AA and Unity transfers the call, caller ID is gone. Other phone systems I have worked with do not exhibit this behavior.
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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