[asterisk-users] Youmail RDNIS
joakimsen at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 20:57:18 CDT 2010
I don't see why it does not work. Setting RDNIS and calling most GSM
mobile phones produces a "forwarded call" annoucement, so why would
the do it any different? We get RDNIS in a SIP field and use it to
keep the same voicemail for a desk phone and cell phone, also can
forward ILEC and most CLEC remote call forwarding and get the correct
info, or forward a cell phone to RCF to DID and I see the entire
route. If you have a T1 with many DIDs and a provider that supports it
you can have all DID forward to a single DID elsewhere and still be
able to route by dialed number. All if this done with RDNIS. Are you
sure your provider is consistantly sending it?
On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 17:54, Karl Fife <karlfife at gmail.com> wrote:
> into the voicemail account
> belonging to the RDNIS value.
> In practice I find that YouMail, when presented with a redirected call as
> described above ignores the RDNIS value and prompts me for an subscriber
> account number. By contrast, when various MNO's do the redirection, YouMail
> is able to determine the redirecting subscriber account number--presumably
> some other way.
> Does anyone know the mechanism(s) by which this is normally done? Is there
> even a 'normal' way to do this (such as a QSIG call transfer message), or is
> truly home-spun and carrier-specific, such as a Q.931 facility message. Any
> advice on the subject would be much appreciated!
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