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  • IssueType - String
  • Issue - String
  • LastUpdated - Date
  • Content - Wikitext
  • LocalContent - Wikitext
  • SupportingDocumentation - Wikitext
  • DeploymentTypeId - List of String

This table has 10 rows altogether.

Page IssueType Issue LastUpdated Content LocalContent SupportingDocumentation DeploymentTypeId
GIM/103 LYNC-3076 T-Server for Skype for Business can now dial a new destination using the Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) method, where call switching and control is performed by Genesys. This feature allows the provisioning of a configured Caller ID and the correct reporting of the origination party of ISCC calls. It further permits calls to be made to TEL URI destinations, Response Groups, and destinations with forwarded calls, none of which can be dialed directly by T-Server. See [1] "Calling using Back-to-Back User Agent" for details.
GIM/103 LYNC-3387 T-Server can now start when value of option 'rq-expire-tout' is set to 0 and treatment or recording is configured.

Previously, such settings might have put T-Server into endless loop.

GIM/103 LYNC-3483 Currently, if CPN Digits is used for a B2B call to a Response Group that conatins DNs handled by Genesys, such a call cannot be answered by a Response Group member agent.
GIM/103 LYNC-3484 Currently, if CPN Digits are used for a B2B call to a Response Group that conatins Skype for Business users not handled by Genesys, the CPN Digits are displayed in the ringing toast, but the CPN Digits are replaced in the Skype for Business conversation window with the conference service portal name after the call is answered.
LYNC3076 LYNC-3076 T-Server for Skype for Business can now dial a new destination using the Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) method, where call switching and control is performed by Genesys. This feature allows the provisioning of a configured Caller ID and the correct reporting of the origination party of ISCC calls. It further permits calls to be made to TEL URI destinations, Response Groups, and destinations with forwarded calls, none of which can be dialed directly by T-Server. See [1] "Calling using Back-to-Back User Agent" for details.
LYNC3387 LYNC-3387 T-Server can now start when value of option 'rq-expire-tout' is set to 0 and treatment or recording is configured.

Previously, such settings might have put T-Server into endless loop.

LYNC3484 LYNC-3076 T-Server for Skype for Business can now dial a new destination using the Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) method, where call switching and control is performed by Genesys. This feature allows the provisioning of a configured Caller ID and the correct reporting of the origination party of ISCC calls. It further permits calls to be made to TEL URI destinations, Response Groups, and destinations with forwarded calls, none of which can be dialed directly by T-Server. See [1] "Calling using Back-to-Back User Agent" for details.
LYNC3484 LYNC-3387 T-Server can now start when value of option 'rq-expire-tout' is set to 0 and treatment or recording is configured.

Previously, such settings might have put T-Server into endless loop.

LYNC3484 LYNC-3483 Currently, if CPN Digits is used for a B2B call to a Response Group that conatins DNs handled by Genesys, such a call cannot be answered by a Response Group member agent.
LYNC3484 LYNC-3484 Currently, if CPN Digits are used for a B2B call to a Response Group that conatins Skype for Business users not handled by Genesys, the CPN Digits are displayed in the ringing toast, but the CPN Digits are replaced in the Skype for Business conversation window with the conference service portal name after the call is answered.
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