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I know how to set up ring service but thought instead of fighting my way through testing various methods, I thought I'd ask if someone has an easy template already figured out?

I need to set up night service for 5 pm thru 7 am monday through friday and all day saturday and sundays. The issue I had is that I see by default you can have it ring from 5 to 7 no problem, but in setting up for saturday and sunday, it becomes complicated as although you could have it ring from 7 am to 23:59 saturday night and from 00:00 sunday to 23:59 sunday night, monday from 00:00 to 7:00 am would not be included in this timetable? Am I missing the obvious or do you have to be creative to get this set up? I even tried putting up an evening service and a night service still to be left with monday morning not taken care of. Someone have this laid out easily?

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