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Need Advice on a "hunt group"

Need Advice on a "hunt group"

Need Advice on a "hunt group"

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Another basic question from a new admin. I believe that we have a "hunt group" (or coverage group) for incoming calls as the incoming calls hunt from phone to phone every 4 rings until answered. I need to add another phone to the group. However, I have been poring through the set-up printouts and cannot find any group that has a listing that matches the current hunt sequence. We are a small shop (under 30 extensions)with a hunt group of approximately 8 phones and I am amazed that the info could be this hard to find ..
In short, can someone guide me to the feature name or section that I should be using to add another phone to the incoming call hunt group?
Thanks a lot for the help, I appreciate it!
Rob Dusel
  

RE: Need Advice on a "hunt group"

THE SETTING SHOULD BE UNDER EXTENSIONS-THEN GROUP CALLING-THEN MEMBERS-USUALLY GROUPS ARE NUMBERED 770-799.

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