Does anyone else see that when a caller to a queue hangs up before reaching an agent, the inbound call continues in the queue until it is picked up by an agent (who hears a dead line)? This only happens with queues, as inbound calls directed to an extension or a ring group stop ringing (and the line is released) moments after the caller hangs up. Surely one would not want abandoned calls to remain in the queue and need an agent to end them. This behavior is the same for calls incoming from PSTN gateways or VoIP providers. Is this a bug or peculiar to my setup? It drives me crazy!