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attended transfer via XML command
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attended transfer via XML command
Hi guys,

how can I manage it, to make an attended transfer via XML command.

I changed the value for "Transfer Mode Via Dsskey" to "attended transfer", so I can manage it, to make an attended transfer directly via the phone itselfs.

Now I want to do it, via XML command.
User A calls user B, B answered the call.
User A hold user B,
User A calls user C, C answered the call.
Now I want to transfer user B to user C.
I tried to send a XML like this one:
Quote:<YealinkIPPhoneExecute Beep="no">
<ExecuteItem URI="Key:TRANSFER"/>
</YealinkIPPhoneExecute>
It did not work, what's wrong?
Thanks for your help.

bye
11-07-2014 04:28 PM
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RE: attended transfer via XML command
Hi Ravensworld,

When you press the XML Browser dsskey it equate to press transfer dsskey button. So you have to do a follow oeration to achieve an attended tranfer.

1. User A calls user B, B answered the call.
2. User A press transfer(XML DSSkey), input the number of C, press OK buttonto send the call.
3. User C answer the call.
4. User A press transfer(XML DSSKey) to transfer B to C.

The option "Transfer Mode Via DSSKey" is only related to transfer/BLF dsskey.

And may I know why do you want to configure a XML to achieve a transfer fucntion?

Regrads,
James
11-11-2014 05:25 PM
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RE: attended transfer via XML command
Hi James,

I want completely remote control my yealink phone via software. So I can initiate and answers calls or transfer calls and so on.
I will try to manage your posted sequence.

Or is there any other way to do that remotely?

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Markus
12-02-2014 09:24 PM
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