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I have a user forwarding their line (primary) to another extension (secondary). When callers get to, leave a voice mail prompt, they receive the mailbox of the secondary line and voice mail gets stored there. Is there any way to have the callers prompted with the primary line's mailbox so the user gets the messages in their mailbox.
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José Méndez earned 500 total points
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Please check that the following box is not checked under System Settings > Advanced > Use Last (Rather than First) Redirecting Number for Routing Incoming Call
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The options I have under Systems settings are:

System Settings>
    Advanced>
SMPP Providers
Conversations
Messaging
Telephony
]Reports
Connection Administration
TRAP
Disk Capacity
PCA
RSS
Cluster Configuration
Fax
External Services

I'm not sure where to find the box you were referring to. Thank in advance.



EDIT: I found it. Thank you for your help
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