From a CCME 3.3 phone I want to directly transfer to a Unity subscriber's extension. In standard Callmanager, I am able to do this with a voicemail profile of *xxxx, and a CTI route point of *xxxx that forwards all to voicemail, so if you press TRANSFER *xxxx (with xxxx being the party's extension) then TRANSFER it immediately plays the subscriber's greeting. I need a way to do this in CCME.
It is a bit trickier than with a full CM system but it is possible using the E.164 number as the direct to voicemail number. Also, the * key cannot be used as it is in CM so you need to setup a different leading digit (0-9).
Created an H323 Gateway with IP Address of CCME and on the inbound only accepted 4-digits (this will strip the '*'. You could have also written a translation-rule that stripped the '*' on the 'dial-peer' in CCME as well.
Create a CTI Port with extension '4XXX' and forward everthing to voicemail.
This works fine, however, the only caveat is that it's using VM ports between CallManager and Unity and not the VM ports between CCME and Unity. Shouldn't be that big a deal though.
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