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Pickup and call parking

Number 0 - Pickup the last ringing call - Group pick-up

  • Aliases: Group-pickup, group-pickup

Voicemail Features

Number 10 - Manage voicemail settings

  • Aliases: Voicemail-admin, voicemail, Voicemail
  • Optional argument: Extension of the user's voicemail

If no argument is given the voicemail of the calling user is called.

Number 11 - Listen to voicemails

  • Aliases: Voicemail-listen, voicemail-listen
  • Optional argument: Extension of the user's voicemail

If no argument is given the voicemail of the calling user is called.

Number 12 - dial/test/redirect unavailable voice

  • Optional argument: Extension of the user's voicemail

If no argument is given the voicemail of the calling user is called.

Number 13 - dial/test/redirect busy voicemail

  • Optional argument: Extension of the user's voicemail

If no argument is given the voicemail of the calling user is called.

Number 14 - dial/test/redirect voicemail without announcement

  • Optional argument: Extension of the user's voicemail

If no argument is given the voicemail of the calling user is called.

Number 15 - IVR menu to access the voicemail configuration menu

This number is used to redirect an outside extension to voicemail. This feature can be is useful if users want to access or configure their voicemail from the outside. Users need to authenticate using a PIN when calling this extension.

Number 18 - Enable redirect to number

Number 19 - Disable redirect

Roaming user: Login/Logout

Number 23 - Log my extension into this phone (roaming user)

Interactive Login

  • Mandatory argument: The extension number that you would like to login
  • Optional argument: The PIN of the user that wants to log in

If no PIN is provided, the user is asked to enter the PIN interactively.

Automatic Login

  • Mandatory argument: #The extension number that you would like to login#PIN
  • Example: #120#4444

If no PIN is provided, the user is asked to enter the PIN interactively.

Number 25 - Get the status information it the extension on this phone is logged in or not (roaming user)

Chef/Secretary feature

Number 26 - Move calls from a different phone to the phone the user is calling from (ChefSe / Chef-Secretary)

  • Mandatory argument: The extension number that you would like to redirect calls from
  • Optional argument: The PIN of the user that wants to log in

If no PIN is provided, the user is asked to enter the PIN interactively.

Number 27 - Move calls from the current phone to a different phone (ChefSe / Chef-Secretary)

  • Mandatory argument: The extension number that you would like to redirect the calls to
  • Optional argument: The PIN of the user that wants to log in

If no PIN is provided, the user is asked to enter the PIN interactively. ===== Number 29 - Get ChefSe status of the current phone (ChefSe/ Chef-Secretary)

Conferencing / Recording and Spying

Number 30 - Go into a conference room

  • Optional argument: Extension of the user's conference room

By default every user has his own conference room. If no argument is given the voicemail of the calling user is called.

Number 31 - Spy silently into a channel

  • Argument: Extension of the use you want to listen/spy to.

Number 32 - Set callerID for this call to Anonymous

  • Argument: Destination number of the call without the dialout prefix which is in most cases 0.

Number 35 - Record this call

  • Argument: Destination number of the call including the dialout prefix which is in most cases 0.

More about recording here.

Number 36 - Record an active call

  • Argument: Extension of the user that should be recorded

Call routing

Number 4 - Launch a call via a different carrier

  • Argument: Carrier dialout prefix+destination number

The dialout prefix which is in most cases 0 is not needed. The Mixpbx supports multiple carriers per pbx using different technologies like isdn/bri, pri and voip. Carriers and their dialout prefix can be managed in our webinterface.

Number 5 - Launch a call via a different extension of the same or a different company

  • Argument 1: Company digit auth code
  • Argument 2: The extension that belongs to that company
  • Argument 3: The destination number including the dialout prefix which is in most cases 0

The Mixpbx can host different companies on the same hardware. Sometimes users work for more than one company and as such need to define over which company the outgoing call will be routed. Another scenario are fax machines that are shared among different companies. To route a call over a different company the user needs to know the digi auth code of that company. The auth code can be configured in our webinterface.

Example: Let's assume that I would like to call the number “20 333 000” via a different company. Our configuration prefix is set to “8989” and the digit auth code of the other company is “123” and their dialout prefix is 0. The call should belong to extension number “7” which exists in the configuration of the other company. The number that I need to dial is: 8989 5 123 7 0 20 333 000. This feature is useful if the phone or fax supports preselection prefixes. In the above example the administrator would configure 89891237 as preselection prefix into phone or fax device.

Last modified: 30/12/2015 11:26