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Behavior of SRST mode and Subscribed Services

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I have a little question about SRST mode and Subscribed Services.   My company has a handful of satellite offices that has a CUE module and an SRST module.  We want to implement a new web based service (that will reside locally at each satellite office).  I want to ensure that even in SRST mode, these services will continue to function as they would connected to a CallManager server.   It is a rather simple question, but I am currently not that skilled/experienced with CallManager and I cannot find accurate enough documentation on the web. I want to offer my boss my proposal on Monday and I just want to make sure that it will work.
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Are you using UCME as SRST? If yes, then as long as you have those services URL's in the telephony-service configuration they should work.
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Nope, just using an SRST module.  I hear that 6.1 will run subscribed services.  I am not there. yet.
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