Code – MSPL – Pincode dialing

When migrating hospitals from traditional PBX to Skype for Business Server 2015, a typical question occurs to preserve existing legacy PSTN features. For instance patients receive at check-in a PIN code that can be used to authenticate before making external PSTN calls and bill call expences. The prototype below illustrates a prototype handling such requirement using MSPL scripting. A 6 digit pincode is stripped from called number and validated againts valid pincodes defined text file. I a production enviroment typically handled with some managed code integrating with inhouse PMS system. The approach is technology neutral, and is valid from low-cost analoge phones up to UI suppressed Bed Site Terminals on top of Lync 2013 client or even UCWA based Bed Site Terminal.