You can connect Telephony Application Server to Xpressions. In this case the phone number format of the trusted transfer mode determines the structure in which Telephony Application Server and Xpressions exchange information.
The TTM phone number format has the following general structure:
|<start character><trusted domain><original system><user information>|
The various TTM phone number format elements specify the following:
The start character is an indicator for the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony components involved to recognize the relevant phone number as a number in TTM phone number format.
The start character can be, for example, the * character or any other non-numerical character.
Specifies the ID of the system that has created the relevant phone number. This ID is evaluated by the system that receives the information. Forwarded calls with invalid ID will not be accepted by the receiving system.
The original system defines from which system the trusted transfer is induced.
From the XPR server if an XPR user switches under PhoneMail to Telephony Application Server features.
From Telephony Application Server if the XPR user returns to the PhoneMail features.
The user information specifies:
The caller’s number (ANI))
The user's voice box number
The user language
The TUI point of entry
The calling number schema determines the format of the various elements of the TTM phone number format.
Parent topic: Connection of Telephony Application Server and Xpressions