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Attendant - time of day routing

Attendant - time of day routing

Attendant - time of day routing

Is it possible to route the attendant on a time of day routing to another extension?  I have looked at the attendant/console and it does not contain a cov path.  I have a G3SiV8.  Thanks in advance.
PS.  I don't have vectoring.

RE: Attendant - time of day routing

If it's the same place all the time you could do it with night service, assign a night service destination on the trunk form and for the listed directory number and then give the console a night service button.  It's not automatic like coverage but they can turn it off and on at will as opposed to just at specific times.

RE: Attendant - time of day routing

We already use the nightline for night service, just wanted to make it automated based on time of day for someone to take calls from the attendant.

RE: Attendant - time of day routing

    You could try this, not sure if it is what you are after:

If you have Coverage Time-of-day (add cov tim 1) then you can assign your main/attendant number as an exported station with cover path set to t1 etc.  

In Add Cover Time 1 setup the times you want calls to go to another cover path e.g.

cover path 100 (point 1 attd) 00:00-12:00
cover path 200 (point 1 extension xxxx) 12:00-13:00
cover path 100 (point 1 attd) 13:00-00:00

  This should work for a DDI attd extension number but will not work for DID intercept treament and Attd FAC.

 Hope this helps
Good luck


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