We are setting up our CallManager and want to setup the ability to allow subscribers have mobility.
Example: Joe is sitting at his desk with extension 4006. Joe then moves to another office on campus connected to the same CallManager. There is an IP phone in that "hotel office".
We want to be able to have Joe use Mobility at that "hoteling office" Joe would signin to that phone and his extension and phone profile would show up on the phone. When Joe got back to his office, he would have to sign back into his original location. (or a timer would kick him off the "hoteling office" phone.
From my understanding, this is only setup as "one offs" in the CallManager. You have to build each extension in the system for this. Is there a way to bulk edit this and turn this feature on for everyone?
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