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Is there a way to make an incoming call bypass the Auto-attendant and route it to an extension based on the caller ID ?

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Hi I have Lync 2010 with UM in Exchange 2010.

I'm wondering if there is a way to make an incoming call bypass the Auto-attendant and route it to an extension based on the caller ID ?

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