Commit dc5e5fcf authored by Etienne Allovon's avatar Etienne Allovon

Add notes in the callright page

parent beb558cb
.. _cpermissions:
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Call Permissions
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......@@ -29,6 +31,45 @@ can be used to create fairly complex rules. That said, it is probably
*not* a good idea to so because it's pretty sure you'll get it somehow wrong.
Notes
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.. _cpermissions_intern_calls:
Internal Calls
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.. note:: You can only deny **internal calls** towards **users'** extensions.
If you apply a *Deny* rule towards an extension to a User, it will only work if it is the extension of a user
(or an extension that go through an outgoing call).
It won't work if the extension is the number of a Queue or a Conference room.
.. _cpermissions_fwded_calls:
Forwarded Calls
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.. note:: Forwarded calls will be checked against the **forwarder** call permissions (if forwarder is a user).
When a call is forwarded, the call permissions will be checked against the **forwarder** permissions (not the caller permissions).
This applies only to a call:
- forwarded by
- **a user**
- thanks to
- XiVO **forward extensions** (like unconditional forward (`*21`), forward on no answer (`*22`) ...),
- or his phone **SIP forward** feature
- towards either:
- another **user**
- or a number which will go through an outgoing call
Examples
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......@@ -203,7 +203,7 @@ Behavior Changes
* Forwards:
* It is now the forwarded user outgoing caller id which is used as the presentation number for its forwarded call.
* It is now the forwarded user call rights which are applied to his forwarded call.
* It is now the forwarded user call rights which are applied to his forwarded call (see :ref:`cpermissions` doc and its notes on :ref:`cpermissions_fwded_calls`).
* System
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