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Announcement only disconnect

Announcement only disconnect

Announcement only disconnect

(OP)
I have a box I have set for announcement only.
After the announcement I would like the system to disconnect - without the message "This box does not accept messages, to log in dial...."

Is there a way to configure this?

RE: Announcement only disconnect

Requires Application Builder.  

Use the announcement block in appbuilder, record your message and connect the success branch to END block.

On the CP, in the SDN table, place the DN you were using in it and associate it with the application you just built.

On the PBX, create a phantom TN with that same DN you have in the SDN table...have the phantom tn DCFW to CP Main Messaging DN

RE: Announcement only disconnect

(OP)
I have application builder, but was really trying to avoid using it for the ease of changing the recordings. It confuses the client...

RE: Announcement only disconnect

What about setting the mailbox settings to ALWAYS Block incoming messages and the Block Message Call Handling parameter to Disconnect caller after greeting?

RE: Announcement only disconnect

(OP)
Dabble - That is teh current setup.
However, it still presents the messgae ""This box does not accept messages, to log in dial press... to disconnect just hang up..."

RE: Announcement only disconnect

I think you're stuck with those two options

1) Block incoming messages
2) Use AppBuilder

:( I know I've wanted to do the same thing.

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