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HOw to use the Hunt feature

HOw to use the Hunt feature

HOw to use the Hunt feature

Long story short My company has the Vodavi infinite phone- we have 3 phone lines for my company specifically and then we have a client that has a seperate line ringing into our office we would like  the "shared receptionist" to have all lines initally ring at her workstation- and then if any of the lines go unanswered  we want each seperate line to do a hunt for another workstation.  in other words three of the lines would be redirected to Worker A and one of the lines would be redirected to Worker B--- our phone programmer says that this can't be done.  I am having a hard time believing it- does anyone know the answer?? THanks

RE: HOw to use the Hunt feature

What system do you have---MACH, DVX or XTS, etc---Do you have a voicemail--if not it sounds as though you just need two seperate hunt groups

RE: HOw to use the Hunt feature

Use CO preset forward on each of the lines.

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