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Old 03-18-2020, 10:54 AM
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Exclamation Avaya IP Office - Forward incoming calls from outside lines to a mobile number


I am puzzled at this situation. I have done some research and it seems like they all say the same thing about how to approach this situation. Forward Unconditional.

Our secretary is working from home, ext. 1111, and I have been wanting to Unconditional forward her calls, internal and external, to her mobile, 555-5555. So under her user in IP Office I checked the Unconditional Forward and added her number starting with the number to dial out, 9555-5555, checked forward HG calls and Internal Calls. She is part of a HG that when someone dials the outside line, it rings the Hg and she is the first one to get it.

Here is the problem. When forwarding is ON, under System Status Active Calls, the call is received by the HG but her user isnt showing up when the call comes in. When I uncheck the forwarding option, she shows up.

When I call her extension from my cellphone, the Forward Unconditional works. It doesnt work when calling the outside line, and over to the HG.....it is weird....

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