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Caller ID Block/Unblock

Caller ID Block/Unblock

Caller ID Block/Unblock lets you send or block your caller ID for outgoing calls. All caller ID features, by default, are disabled. There are four caller ID features you can use if activated in your class of service, as follows:

Caller ID-Block Delivery All—Caller ID is blocked on all outgoing calls.
Caller ID-Override per Call—Send caller ID on a per call basis.
Caller ID-Block per Call—Block caller ID on a per call basis.
•User Controlled Line Identification Restriction—Lets the user activate or deactivate caller ID blocking features using star codes.

You manage caller ID features using Caller ID-Block Delivery All or UCLIR. Both features are mutually exclusive.

Caller ID Blocking Usage Description

After you enter *67, you hear the dial tone. Dial the outbound number. Your caller ID is not presented on the receiving end.

After you enter *82, you hear the dial tone. Dial the outbound number. Your caller ID is presented on the receiving end.

Caller ID Block/Unblock Feature Interactions

This section describes feature interactions between caller ID blocking/unblocking and different features
available on your phone.

•To override your default caller ID setting when setting up a conference call, you must press the respective feature code to block (*67), or present (*82) your caller ID for each call.
•To override your default caller ID setting when you transfer a call, you must press the respective feature code to block (*67), or present (*82) your caller ID when you hear a secondary dial tone after pressing the transfer button.
•To override your default caller ID setting when you are using click-to-call, you must enter the respective feature code to block (*67), or present (*82) your caller ID followed by the phone number you want to call.
•If you have a bridged line appearance of another extension configured on your phone, you can only override the default caller ID setting on the bridged line, if your primary line has the same default caller ID setting.
•Conferencing (3-way, 4-way)—The user can dial caller ID block/unblock codes when placing a leg of a conference call.


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