When I setup call forwarding on the SPA122, it does not make the call as a SIP call back to my voip server. It tries to call the number as if connected to a PSTN phone line (direct dial the number). What needs to be changed on the SPA to have it call a SIP string instead of just dialing the number? I would expect to see something like email@example.com
Or is this something that needs to be setup on my voip server to recognize?
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