We run into an issue with the VVX 400 when dialing including the country code.
If I stay off hook and dial the complete number using +1 (xxx) xxx-xxxx it works just fine
(bear in mind this means hitting ** to get the plus)
When I lift the horn and dial the same number it fails and appears to dial **1 (xxx) xxx-xxxx instead
The same applies when trying this using the speaker.
We only use the VVX 400 in our conference rooms (using Skype for Business) and use Skype for business on our laptops elsewhere.
As a global company we don't want to use 011 in the US and 00 in other countries but use the universal +(country code) instead.
Is there a way to configure this on the VVX 400 still to work after you lift the horn?
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