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Old 12-10-2014, 01:16 PM
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Default Send IP office greeting over paging system?

IP office ver 8.1

Is there a way to activate a greeting, via a handset, and have it play over the paging system??
We're looking at a way to activate an emergency message through our IP Office phone system , so it will play over the connected paging system.

For example: there's a fire alarm in the building. Someone goes to a phone and activates the emergency greeting( please evacuate the building immediately ) and it plays repeatedly over the paging system until deactivated..
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Old 12-10-2014, 01:57 PM
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If the system also have Voicemail Pro then some parts yes.

A callflow module with a Post Dial action can play a pre-recorded WAV file as a page call. So all you would need is a short code assigned to start that callflow.

That would be very simple to create.

It would take some experimenting however to work out how to make a more advanced version that repeats the page and can be stopped. It may be as simple as linking the Post Dial action back to itself so that it repeats the page until whoever dialed the short code hangs up.
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