TCL question - do I have to transfer call or can I just "drop out"?
I am writing an inbound application, and I was wondering, after I play my prompt to the incoming leg, can I just connect the outgoing leg (leg setup), and somehow terminate the script gracefully without disrupting the call, or does my script have to "transfer" the inbound leg instead?
I don't want my script running during the duration of the call, just to give some treatment to the inbound leg.
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