Minimizing Forced Door Alarms On a High Traffic Door

I am dealing with a high number of forced door alarms on a card reader door. The door has the REX in the panic trim and a recessed door contact. Because of the high volume of traffic through the door, persons entering from the unsecured side may grab the exterior trim just before the door latches whereas the system is seeing the contact closed and thinks the door is secured. When the contact is separated when the leaf is pulled open the forced door is generated. Has anyone extended the shunt time on the contact in the software to mitigate this problem? Thank you.

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