Is it not also true that this feature will be for both internal & external calls? Other than using seperate DN's just for intercom, is there a way to tell CM to limit this to just internal callers only? Turning on this "autoanswer" feature seems kind of dangerous, having a call come in and just go off hook allowing the calling party to hear everything. I looked at this in the last install I did, (although I didn't have a lot of time to test it) the phone would ring once and immediately go off hook, for internal and external callers. The customer hated that and ended up not using it. I'm interested to hear how others are using this and if there are other settings that I'm missing.
To my knowledge there is no way to distingush between internal and external callers. Basically you in 3.2 of callmanager you can turn it on for headset or speakerphone and it is per line. So if someone calls that line it will auto-answer if you told it to. The default is 1 ring there is a service parameter that you can mofiy to make this longer.
Each users only has one line so we assigned the second line on the 7940's and 7960's to another number similar to their primary line (eg, primary 1010, intercom 2010).
Anyone can call the second line and it will connect as a intercom call. We do not allow external calls to transfer to intercom extensions. Only bad thing is this does not work on shared lines as someone else already mentioned. Maybe someday.
I'm not sure if you are talking about the feature of autoanswer. This is a setting you enable on one of the lines on the phone that it automatically answers a call and puts it either on the speaker, handset or headset. We set this up for our secondary lines so that we can call the second number, and if the person is not on the phone, it automatically picks up the call and you can talk through the speaker phone - works really well actually.
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