Our Cisco CallManager is currently configured to forward calls for certain extensions to those peoples' respective cell phones. The problem I am having is that when the calls get forwarded they display the main number of our company when the actual call is coming from someone outside of the company (if that makes sense). Is there a way to configure it to display the number of the actual caller? Currently if we miss the call we have no way of knowing who the call was really from.
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