Is there a way to specify that a Call Handler should repeat X number of times before I have it either disconnect, transfer, or take a message? Right now I have them transfering back to themselves after they play which is creating possible infinate loop errors. I would like to be able to have a call handler repeat tow or three times before I have it disconnect? Any ideas?<br><br>Thanks<br><br>
If the CH is looped back to itself, it should only go 10 times. After that, it should recognize that it's looped, post a warning (probably what you are seeing) and then ditch the call.
I can't think of anyway to make one CH loop X amount of times, but you could work around it by building 3 exactly the same CHs (when you create CHs 2 and 3, you can base them off of CH 1). Just chain these CHs together and change the last one to hang up if the caller doesn't do anything.
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