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TVP 100 Message

TVP 100 Message

TVP 100 Message

(OP)
I have a TD1232 & TVP100 connected and talking to each other. All working fine. My night service is set up to work through the custom service menu. In order to get this to work i had to make various messages and menus lead to an extension to leave a meesage. At the time I was just glad to get the system to do what I wanted it to do. My question is, is it possible for the vps to act as basic answering machine for night service. By this I mean to answer the incoming call and allow the user to leave a message without all the complicated custom service menu proceedure i have in place at the moment? If so is this done through the Automated Attendant or the Custom Service Menu?

RE: TVP 100 Message

yes dil 1:1 to a dummy night ext record the ogm to suit.
 

RE: TVP 100 Message

(OP)
Thats a bit to simple cant you suggest something a bit more complicated? Why didn't i think of that.

RE: TVP 100 Message

because its actually easier to do that at night then
do a whole convoluted cdm I have my tda w/svm set up like
that for day and night.

RE: TVP 100 Message

don't forget to forward all to 165 on the night dummy ext

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