[Asterisk-Users] Re: transfer with threeway calling

Andrew Thompson asteriskuser at aktzero.com
Thu Dec 18 08:05:37 MST 2003

----- Original Message -----
From: "Cees de Groot" <cg at tric.nl>
To: <asterisk-users at lists.digium.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2003 7:58 AM
Subject: [Asterisk-Users] Re: transfer with threeway calling

> Michiel Betel  <asterisk-users at lists.digium.com> said:
> >I agree with Cees, however, not wanting to throw away the 3 way
> >conference feature, but giving the user a config choice might be best.
> >Therefore I'm now testing a patch which will allow/disallow the 3 way
> >conference. When disallowed it will fallback to "normal old fashioned"
> >PBX behaviour namely FLASH puts caller on hold, FLASH again gets caller
> >back.
> >
> Good. Choice is Good ;-)
> --
> Cees de Groot               http://www.tric.nl     <cg at tric.nl>
> tric, the new way           helpdesk/ticketing software, VoIP/CTI,
>                             web applications, custom development
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Shouldn't this be an feature of the parking app?

Something like:

parkext =>700
parkhold =>701

700, Normal Park
701, Personal Park/EasyRetreive

I transfer to 701.
* says: "Next Available hold is 1"
I dial 1.
* parks caller and hangs up on me.
I hang up.

<time passes>

I dial 701.
* says: "Next Available hold is 2" (or * knows this isn't a transfer, and
reads off the list of holds in use, possibly including callerid)
I dial 1.
* puts the call back together, or hangs up and rings that line back to me.

Criticism and further discussion appreciated. No flames please, this is just
an idea.

Andrew Thompson http://aktzero.com/
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