Reserved Number Space
Modified on: Thu, 15 Feb, 2018 at 12:42 PM
||911 Test Number
||Used for Dynamic Call Parking Queues
||These are unusable as 4-digit extension numbers because they conflict with the 7+extension (3 digit extension) rule to transfer a call directly to voicemail. If you do not use 3-digit extensions, then this range can be safely used for other purposes.
||These are unusable as extension numbers because they conflict with the 7+extension (4 digit extensions) rule to transfer a call directly to voicemail. If you do not use 4-digit extensions, then this range can be safely used for other purposes.
||99 plus a users extension (3 and 4 digits) are reserved to work with Intercom features.
||Unregistered Login to VMail (prompted for acct no and password)
||Registered Login to VMail (prompted for password only)
||Hot Desking Sign In
||Requests the User's PIN then provides a 2nd dialtone (useful for calling from phones in public spaces)
||This User has a limited view in the PBX portal. When assigned the Office manager role, the 8888 User can only view the Home and Call History pages. Other Office manager functions are hidden.
||Please use 3 and 4 digit extensions. 2 digit extensions will cause setup issues. NOTE: Extensions should not begin with the number 0.
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