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Exchange 2013 Auto-Attendant - 3 and 4 digit extensions RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello,

    The environment is Lync 2013 integrated with Exchange 2013. All users are enterprise voice enabled and Exchange UM enabled.

    I have configured an Exchange Auto-Attendant with 4 digit extensions. The AA works as expected. When an external caller calls the AA, and then dials the 4 digit extension for a user, the call is sent to the user.

    But each user also has a 3 digit extension internally. But AA does not pass these 3 digit extensions to the users. We have added the 3 digit extension to each user's Exchange account in addition to 4 digit extension.

    How can I enable AA to send both 3 and 4 digit extensions? Lync has normalization rules to convert 3 digit extension to 4 digit extension and send the call to users. Everything is working as expected on Lync side.

    Thanks,


    SinghP80

    Thursday, June 19, 2014 1:49 PM

All replies

  • Hello,

    do you have any progress? We are facing this situation right now.
    Thursday, October 16, 2014 6:55 AM
  • Yes we created a 3 digit dial plan. Then created an auto attendant. The main auto-attendant prompts caller to press 1 if they know person's extension. When they press 1, we just call the 3 digit AA which takes over from there. Make sure you disable the voice prompts in the second AA. Otherwise it is just too many prompts.

    Hope this helps.


    SinghP80

    Thursday, October 16, 2014 12:52 PM