I operate a communications firm using an automated outbound dialing program for community service announcements and public opinion surveys. By leaving information on voice mail allows for the requested participation by the consumer to be done in an un-obtrusive fashion at their discretion.
I need to write a plug-in to the actual dialing program. The software uses custom plug-ins (google nch/ivm).
The phone system automatically puts an incoming call into the voice mail when a phone line is engaged - this is where the plug-in application needs to work.
I need to make 2 calls to the same number. The 1st call is the instigator and its function is to engage the line long enough for the 2nd call to be made which then automatically transfers to the voice mail where the IVM program can function normally. This 2nd call to the same number must be delayed long enough for the 1st call to engage the phone line, the 1st call must then disconnect.
An adjuster for the time the first line operates might be helpful, some where between zero and 4 seconds amp; similar adjuster to delay the second call...I can experiment for the shortest time settings.
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