[Asterisk-Users] Invalid Extensions -- More like traditional PBX systems?
ray at oneunified.net
Wed Jun 16 07:35:45 MST 2004
Set up a general pattern match with the message and congestion.
Extension pattern matching looks for the most specific match in any one
context. So if a specific extension is not found, it will take the
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> Stephen Rosebush
> Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2004 11:32
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> Subject: [Asterisk-Users] Invalid Extensions -- More like
> traditional PBX systems?
> I was wondering if there was a way of setting up the dialplan
> in a way
> that if you dial an extension that is NOT in the dialplan
> then it would
> play a not-in-service gsm file and then play congestion
> tones. I would
> rather like this better than just hearing a busy signal on my
> phones.. I
> DID search around on the wiki and using google and could not
> find anything.
> Stephen Rosebush,
> srosebush at desynched.org
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