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Old 09-23-2013, 08:50 AM
maxvasquezcacho maxvasquezcacho is offline
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Default dial too slow no authorization code request

Hi guys

I came across with this issue with user rights.

I have a user rights with only local calls allowed, and everything else blocked. If a user wants to dial a cell phone, then the IPO will ask for a authorization code. However, If the user dial not too fast, the call proceeds without asking the authorization code. Also, if I press the redial button then it asks me for the authorization code. the same happens when I dial too fast, the IPO asks mes for the authorization code.

A client is desperate, because the employees realized that and they make calls.

This happens in 8.1 (52) , 8.1 (65) I don't know if this happens in other releases

Thanks in advance for your help

I apologize for my english. I'm not a native speaker.

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