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Kris

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I am not able to deny someone calling me when using the Call permission group.

I made a group wit the following rules:
position | prefix | allow/deny
1 | 208 | deny
2 | 20 | allow
3 | 30 | deny
4 | default| allow

I assigned this group to the extension 209 and connected with extension 209 via SIP and I was able to call 208. I thought that this would be prevented with this rule.

What am I doing wrong?

extra: nesting of Call Permission Groups would be a nice feature.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

Call permissions do not restrict local calls. They only apply to outbound calls.

Vladimir
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Kris

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hmm ok. That wasn't clear to me.

This functionality would be helpfull to make Kerio operator more usable as a solution for 'wholesalers'.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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I see. Our assumption was that SMB users do not need to restrict local calls.

Vladimir
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