can i realize it?

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by robert, May 25, 2010.

  1. robert

    robert Guest

    There are 8 offices plus a front desk (all in the same story). In each
    office the person must be able to receive on its own number. Then, we
    should be able to make at least 2 calls contemporary, either from 2
    different offices, or one office and front desk. Also, when a person
    calls, she should be able to dial the party extension before
    transferring the call to the front desk.

    In summary: min 2 tel # to call out at the same time, 8 to 10
    different numbers simply to receive. A fax line at the front desk
    would be a plus.

    In addition, the offices (at least 8) and front desk should be able to
    intercom between each other. The front desk must be able to transfer
    calls to the office; the office should be able to re-transfer the call
    to the front desk.
    robert, May 25, 2010
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    alexd Guest

    Yes. What you have described sounds like the features of a basic phone
    alexd, May 25, 2010
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    Bodincus Guest

    (25/05/10 18:48), alexd:
    You forgot to add some tags, fixed it for you.

    This chap has made the same question in other VoIP groups, it's a troll
    looking for somebody to hook in and do the project for him for free.

    Some "enthusiasts" are so eager to show off their (minimal) knowledge
    that are cobbling away half-truths and total BS, and smartar$es like
    this chap try to take advantage of their gullibility.

    A perfect match, same same.

    Don't get dragged in.
    Bodincus - The Y2K Druid
    Law 42 on computing:
    Anything that could fail, will break at the worst possible mom%*= [email protected]@
    # Access Violation - Core dumped
    # Kernel Panic
    Bodincus, May 26, 2010
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