This is more of a design question about numbering plans, but here it goes. I have configured our sites to use 4 digit internal numbers, and I have matched the call park numbers to the prefix of the internal numbers for each location. eg.
location A: 30xx
location B: 32xx
location C: 40xx
location D: 44xx
Directed call park numbers:
location A: 301, 302
location B: 321
location C: 401,402
location D: 441,442
This has worked fine up until people wanted to start parking calls on phones that do not have the blf directed call park button. The interdigit timeout now conflicts with my numbering plan, because 441, could be 4410 in location D. So people are trying to park calls by just transfering the call to 441, but they have to wait for the 10 second timout to occur before they can complete the transfer. I was thinking of just changing the call park numbers, but I would have to use a 4 digit number instead of a 3 digit number.
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