The LINR (Last Incoming Number Redial ) feature provides subscribers the capability to perform an activation procedure that automatically sets up a call to the last incoming number.
The incoming number stored can be any of the following:
The last incoming call that alerted at the subscriber endpoint
A call retrieved via directed call pickup or group call pickup
A call retrieved from manual hold.
The subscriber need not know the telephone number of the last incoming call.
The administrator can allow the subscriber to activate LINR for callers who have their calling identity suppressed.
Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony places a call to the last incoming number stored and the following takes place:
If the called party is idle: The call begins alerting normally.
If the called party is busy: The calling subscriber hears busy tone. To camp on to the called party's station, the subscriber must enter the CCBS access code.
This feature is formerly known as automatic recall, auto call, and return call.
Parent topic: Calling Services