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T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
I got it to work today with the help of our vendor. Thought i'd share with you how this is done, cause apparently it was already possible on our firmware for over a year. (v80).

We have the T48G.

* Login to your telephone directly by pointing your browser to its IP address. (so not use the provisional landing page (first mistake i made)).
* Go to DSS keys
* Create new speeddial entry
* Everything that is not the primary phone number needs to be put in the extension Field (so not in the Value field).
* Use <#> as the pause sign, where # needs to be replaced by the number of seconds you would like to wait. So you would use "<5>" for 5 seconds...


So if would like to dial my conference bridge at "123123123" and then wait for 4 seconds and then dial extension 567567#: i would put "123123123"in the value field, and "<4>567567#" in the extension field.

NOt sure if this works for all your phones, but you could give it a try.

Best, Rogier
01-24-2017 02:49 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
(01-24-2017 02:49 PM)Rogier Wrote:  * Go to DSS keys
* Create new speeddial entry
* Everything that is not the primary phone number needs to be put in the extension Field (so not in the Value field).
* Use <#> as the pause sign, where # needs to be replaced by the number of seconds you would like to wait. So you would use "<5>" for 5 seconds...

I couldn't get this working in v80, but I got it working in v81:

1. Enable EDK in config file (no UI enable at this time)
2. select the DSS key type "Custom Key"
3. Enter the macros with the numbers in the values. Example: 1231231234$Cwc$$Cp3$123$Tdtmf$

$Cwc$ - Macro to wait until call is connected before continuing
$Cp#$ - Macro to wait for # seconds
$Tdtmf$ - Macro to submit the preceding numbers in dtmf (123 in this case)

Right now, this only works as the Custom Key in DSS. If we can get this setup in the Address Book, I can get my users out of my hair over this.
05-05-2017 04:37 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
(05-05-2017 04:37 PM)tim942 Wrote:  1. Enable EDK in config file (no UI enable at this time)
2. select the DSS key type "Custom Key"
3. Enter the macros with the numbers in the values. Example: 1231231234$Cwc$$Cp3$123$Tdtmf$

Right now, this only works as the Custom Key in DSS. If we can get this setup in the Address Book, I can get my users out of my hair over this.

Us too. We need to be able to add these entries to the remote XML phonebook in our T46S phones, but it doesn't seem to be supported. For example, this should work but doesn't:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<YealinkIPPhoneBook>
<Title>Yealink</Title>
<Menu Name="Headquarters">
<Unit Phone1="8001234567" Name="Main Number" />
<Unit Phone1="8001234567$Cwc$$Cp3$1111" Name="John" />
<Unit Phone1="8001234567$Cwc$$Cp3$2222" Name="Bob" />
<Unit Phone1="8001234567$Cwc$$Cp3$333" Name="Susan" />
</Menu>
</YealinkIPPhoneBook>
11-01-2017 06:05 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
(02-27-2013 08:13 PM)Yealink Support Wrote:  Hello,
Do you mean in the DSS key value, you want to fill two number? Dial one first, and then dial another one if the first one didn't answer?
Sorry currently we can just fill one number in the speed dial key.
Could you let us know the scenarios application? And which phone can support this?

Paul Test
11-29-2018 06:34 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
I have a regular conference call that uses the same dial-in number and PIN for access. I would love to be able to set up one speed-dial listing to handle this repetitive task.

The pattern to replicate is the dialing of a specific ten-digit number, pausing two seconds, then dialing a 9-digit PIN followed by a # sign.

I have not been able to work the needed pause into a speed-dial listing on its own.

Right now, I have the 10-digit number in a speed-dial. I hit that first and then, after 2 seconds, I have the 9-digit Pin + # assigned as DTMF to a DSS key that I press.

It works, but my T22P phone only has three DSS keys so this is not an optimal solution. It also makes distributing this functionality around the office much more difficult than it needs to be.

It just doesn't seem to work in the 7.73.0.50 firmware available for the T22P.

The phone continues to work fine except for the EOL status placed on it by Yealink.
11-29-2018 08:13 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
(05-05-2017 04:37 PM)tim942 Wrote:  
(01-24-2017 02:49 PM)Rogier Wrote:  * Go to DSS keys
* Create new speeddial entry
* Everything that is not the primary phone number needs to be put in the extension Field (so not in the Value field).
* Use <#> as the pause sign, where # needs to be replaced by the number of seconds you would like to wait. So you would use "<5>" for 5 seconds...

I couldn't get this working in v80, but I got it working in v81:

1. Enable EDK in config file (no UI enable at this time)
2. select the DSS key type "Custom Key"
3. Enter the macros with the numbers in the values. Example: 1231231234$Cwc$$Cp3$123$Tdtmf$

$Cwc$ - Macro to wait until call is connected before continuing
$Cp#$ - Macro to wait for # seconds
$Tdtmf$ - Macro to submit the preceding numbers in dtmf (123 in this case)

Right now, this only works as the Custom Key in DSS. If we can get this setup in the Address Book, I can get my users out of my hair over this.
Very helpful, thanks. I was able to program automatic voicemail retrieval. I wish it would work in the Account > Advanced > Voice Mail field so the user could use the envelope icon rather than a DSS key to retrieve voicemail. Blogged:

https://www.mcbsys.com/blog/2018/11/use-...link-t42g/
11-29-2018 08:53 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
THANKS for that Rogier! Got it to work, had to put <12>258# in the Extension field to make the delay long enough. Much obliged!!!
04-01-2019 02:05 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
(05-20-2019 09:34 AM)BhenChod Wrote:  One Last Thing Not being able to program a pause in a dial string is a huge disadvantage to my users and a feature that could easily be implemented.

As tim942 pointed out above, you can do this on speed dial/BLF keys by using EDK. What is not supported is doing it within the phone book/directory entries. From your description it sounds like you want the former so there should be no issues making that happen.
05-22-2019 02:01 PM
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RE: T28P & T38G: Speed Dial delay or pause between DTMF
Hi all;

Does anyone know how to add a PAUSE in a Dial plan/Replace Rule?

Thanks
08-18-2019 09:06 PM
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