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Speed dial macro?

Customer?s Avaya system allowed them to dial 9 plus 456 plus any variable length of 4 digits for a speed dial.

Any thoughts how to mimic this in CallManager 4.1(3)?

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Re: Speed dial macro?

Jason:

Not sure if this is a solution for your environment but thought I would share it just in case.

We use translation patterns in separate partitions to accomplish 4 digit dialing for intercom and other internal destinations, then prefix digits to the number for internal match.

Example:

internal number 612.555.8888

7-digit dial plan, 9 for external access

translaiton pattern for selected partition containing 8888 translated to 555.8888 inside that partition.

gateway access permits dial-around (through PSTN) by keying 9.612.555.8888

Abbreviated dial may work for you as well, depending on the number range you are using to translate speed dials.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_administration_guide_chapter09186a00803edb46.html#wp1082897

Am I understanding the question properly?

Let me know.

Tom

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