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    Question Rewrite incoming caller id from pstn

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    Would it be possible for me to rewrite the incoming caller id from pstn and display specific text on phones?
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    Do you want to display digits or txt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shodown View Post
    Do you want to display digits or txt?
    Ideally both.
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    digits is easy as you can do voice translation rules on the gateway or you can do transformation patterns in CUCM. Getting actual text to display is a little hard.
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    you would have to get some 3rd party app with database lookup to change txt. Usually not worth in in my opinion
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    Quote Originally Posted by shodown View Post
    Usually not worth in in my opinion
    Agreed. I've advised my peers and they agree. Thanks for the quick input.
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