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PICKUP - GROUPS

Can anyone tell me how to view which Extensions

ie Directory Numbers are in which Pick-Up groups.

I have 2 customers asking me this question

Please help.

Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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Re: PICKUP - GROUPS

I know you wont believe it, but you can't.

The only way you could do it is to export the SQL database and use a reporting tool to find out.

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Re: PICKUP - GROUPS

Thank you Gary.

This seems to me to be a basic requirement and I think the developers should have look at it.

Surely under PCKUP - Feature a list something like this would be very helpful.

PICKUP GROUP NUMBER LIST OF DNs IN GROUP

102 2000 2001 2002 2999

Regards, Alex. Please rate useful posts.
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Re: PICKUP - GROUPS

Theres loads of things I'd like to see added to be honest.

We should maybe start a thread of suggestions?

Its only when you start to do quite large installations that you find that there is so much missing, I dont think it would be a big deal for the developers, after all its just the front end to the database.

Another classic was the other day I was wanting to get rid of an old partition, but a phone was using it, you can't search on partition so I had to search on DN which actually lists the partition on the screen, I ploughed through 3000+ devices and did'nt find it. I eventually found that it existed in some device profiles, but once again you can't search device profiles on partitions and it does'nt display it on the screen either!!!

When a Calling search space, partition, location etc etc complains that it cannot be deleted as its in use you should at least be able to find out what is using it, I mean it even tells you how many devices are still using it.

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