In this situation, would you have to create route patterns for each individual line because they are in different calling search spaces? If you didn't you would only be able to dial out on line 1. Lines 2 - 6 could only be used as roll extensions. This seems a little inefficient for a large implementation.
What happens if I pick up my phone on line 2 and dial another phone, will the called partys phone ring on line 2 or line 1?
Are there any problems with transferring to or out of voicemail?
I have created extension, extension line 2, and extension line 3 partitions for the multiple appearances of the same telephone number. You would then have these thre partitions added to the existing users calling search space. This will enable the user to dial and receive calls from all appearances without separate routing. This setup is detailed in the Cisco CallManager Fundamentals by Alexander, Pearce, Smith and Whetten page #206.
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