Provides access to the property representing the extension for this user (use Property.Extension).

Namespace: ININ.IceLib.Configuration
Assembly: ININ.IceLib.Configuration (in ININ.IceLib.Configuration.dll) Version: (


public GeneralConfigurationProperty<UserConfiguration..::..Property, string> Extension { get; }
Visual Basic
Public ReadOnly Property Extension As GeneralConfigurationProperty(Of UserConfiguration..::..Property, String)

Field Value

The property representing the extension.


When this user logs on to the network at any Interaction Client workstation, the IC system detects that user’s presence (by his or her extension) and routes calls to the workstation where the user logged on. If the user is logged on to more than one workstation at the same time, all connected workstations ring when a call is received for that user, regardless of the workstation’s extension number.
Be sure the user extension numbers do not begin with a number that conflicts with a workgroup extension or other valid queue extension. Extension numbers can be from two to six digits but should avoid the following numbers (in North America): 1800, 1900, 1411, 1911.

Version Information

Supported for IC Server version 2015 R1 and beyond.
For 4.0, supported for IC Server version 4.0 GA and beyond.
For 3.0, supported for IC Server version 3.0 SU 7 and beyond.

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