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How can I check OOF in VM-pro?

How can I check OOF in VM-pro?

How can I check OOF in VM-pro?

Hello all,
I have a button programmed to set The Hunt group to Out of Office so that it rings all extensions. This works.
How can i check for this condition in the VMPro ? In other words how can I tell if OOF is active in my program?

RE: How can I check OOF in VM-pro?

Generic Action:

Select Generic Command > Change User or Group Configuration
Operation > Get
From User\Group Mailbox > {name of group}
Parameter > Service Mode
Select Variable for Result > $SAV (can't be changed)

In Service - $SAV=1 (easy to remember, because 1 = ON)
Out of Service - $SAV=0 (also easy to remeber, because 0 = OFF)
Night Service - $SAV=2 (not so easy to remember, but if it isn't ON or OFF, this is all that is left)

RE: How can I check OOF in VM-pro?

I will try this now and report back.

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