I am unsure what your expectations are but you posted in the Polycom community and I provided a correct and accurate answer and assessment of the technical capabilities of the discussed phone.
I explained this referring to an FAQ article I had provided and apologized for what you thought was a snippy comment.
I am unsure who within Polycom or what Polycom reseller had given you incomplete information but as we discussing facts here do not see any issue.
This happened on a weekend outside hours in my spare time.
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Hi, while this can support 2 lines / calls, I'm curious if there's a way to make it so the Polycom unit can accept two incoming transfers?
Example: All calls are answered by a Receptionist and then transferred into the Lawyer. Lawyer can answer the first call on the Polycom, but the second call-in attempted doesn't run to the Polycom.
I know they can click the Conference button and make an outgoing call to merge all three callers together, but was making sure there wasn't a way to merge the three calls via two being transferred into the Polycom. :)
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UC Software 4.0.0 or later via the Web Interface Utilities > Phone Backup & Restore > Phone Backup > Phone Backup
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Stating the above this post is about the SSIP6000 which only support 1 line so please post a new post and include the above relevant details.
I am closing this post.
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