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Old 06-14-2017, 01:08 PM
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Default Alarm Call to initiate a call flow

Hi

Sorry I've been saving up my questions, I have tried looking for a solution without success.

Is it possible to initiate a callflow at a specific time. You can setup an alarm call to dial a specific extension. You can setup a shortcode to launch a specific call flow action.

You can't get an alarm call to launch a shortcode, when you try to set this up you get a message "The target does not specify a valid mailbox, Please enter a valid mailbox number"

I did consider setting up a phantom extension which forwarded to a shortcode rather than a number, not sure that would work either.

Anyone have any other suggestions?

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Jeremy
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Old 06-14-2017, 02:13 PM
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Solution Confirmed

Should point out this is IPO 500 with voicemail pro.

Well it appears I've found my own solution to this, if I create a new user extension number say 333 but select none to the create new voip/H.323 extension and then unconditionally forward this to a shortcode which in turn runs a call flow action. If I setup an alarm call to extension 333 it dials the shortcode and runs the call flow action.

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