The last outgoing number redial (LONR) feature provides subscribers the capability to perform an activation procedure that automatically sets up a call to the last outgoing number. The subscriber need not know the telephone number of the last outgoing call.
The subscriber must activate the LONR feature at the station.
Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony places a call to the last outgoing number dialed and the following takes place:
If the called party is idle:
The call begins alerting normally.
If the called party is busy:
The calling party hears busy tone and can manually activate a callback request if desired.
System Specific Information
LONR attempts can be also limited to intraswitch calls only (calls between business group members) by administrator.
LONR cannot be successfully performed if the called party has station call forwarding: all calls or CFSIE-all active.
Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony's multiple time zone support capabilities ensure that the correct date and time information is used.
The CCBS/NR feature can be used to camp on to the called party's station if the called party is busy at the time of LONR activation.
Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony SIP endpoints also have local features that simplify redialing of calls.
Parent topic: Calling Services