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Old 11-23-2015, 02:15 AM
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Default Holiday button

I want to program a button "holiday" on the reception handset.
1/ The caller has to hear a message that the office is closed
2/ The caller has the possibility to leave a message
3/ The receptionist has to be able to create a voice message.

It's a IP Office 500

Is this the correct method?

Button programming: Set the huntgroup in night mode
Night mode fallback = 456 Huntgroup Holiday
Member of this huntgroup is a phantom user 256 Holiday Voicemail"
Set these user in "forward unconditionally to Voicemail"

Make a shotcode *256 collect call etc. to speak in a holiday message

Is this the most elegant way or is there a more elegant one?
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Old 11-23-2015, 03:09 PM
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Is this an embedded system? Do you want to ability to have a separate night message as well?
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