Hi All, I'm new to 3CX, this is my first post on these forums so be gentle with me :lol: My question is relating to call parking, in particular, the shared parking feature. I have an understanding of call parking, and how to use it from years working on IP PBX appliances. I have been playing in the 3cx server trying to get a button on the handsets (Yealink T46G) to act as a shared parking button with BLF indication. Here's what i have done currently.... I have an instance of the 3cxphone for windows running on my desktop. Adding a shared park key to this is simple as no doubt everyone is aware. I also have 2 Yealink T46G handsets to test with. Under the Handsets tab in 3cx server manager, in the BLF programming for the Yealink handset I can drop down shared parking buttons, but I guess this is only applicable for Yealinks' with an add on DSS console as it doesn't change the keys on the T46G handset.... So, what I did was.... On one T46G, I have programmed a DSS key to speed dial "SP0" to access shared parking bin 0. This works no dramas. The 2nd Yealink, I have a button speed dialing to a phantom extension number. I have this "forwarded to my mobile" and I have set the mobile number to be SP0 in all forwarding rules. Again this works. All three methods will interact with the shared parking location 0 fine. Again, no real ground breaking stuff here. The thing that is doing my head in is there is no visual indication/ BLF on any of the 3 methods to show there there is a call parked in shared bin 0. I would have expected the light to come on/ change color to show the parking location is already in use so the next person doesn't attempt parking in the same spot. As I found out, if this happens, the 2nd call attempted to be parked just recalls back and you need to park the call again in the next spot (SP1) assuming it is not in use also. I understand that with the 2 methods I'm trying on the Yealink's that BLF is probably not possible, but I would have thought the SP0 button on the 3cx Soft Phone for Windows wouldn't have been a stretch? Here's why this is a problem for me. We are looking at 3CX as a multi tenant platform to reside in our data centre for hosted comms. Many of my existing clients currently on various other on premise phone platforms currently have ISDN (E1/T1) or SIP trunks running up to 30 channels. They all use Call parking to moving the bulk of calls around with 5 or so Parking bin buttons on each handset. Now, I'm not the most only comms guy in the world making the change from on premise IP systems to soft switch systems, but most of my colleagues maintaining large systems with high call volume also have clients making heavy use of call parking rather than only running screened transfers. I can see the complaints now from reception/ co-ordination staff about how painful it is to not have BLF/ visual presence on the shared parking location keys. If I am missing something really obvious with this, please let me know and accept my humblest apologies, but for love nor money I can't see it. Thanks muchly in advance.