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Avaya Coverage Path that goes to different ext's Voicmail

Avaya Coverage Path that goes to different ext's Voicmail

Avaya Coverage Path that goes to different ext's Voicmail

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I remember setting something like this up years ago but I'm not sure how. I swear it wasn't as involved as building a vector but maybe I'm remembering wrong.

I have (10) DID station users. They do not have individual.
All (10) phones have (4) Bridged Appearances of their MAIN Production DID.

The users wish to have unanswered calls to their individual stations numbers roll out directly to the Main production Line's vm without ringing the production line.

I could do this with a vector but I thought there was a simpler way with coverage paths.

RE: Avaya Coverage Path that goes to different ext's Voicmail

Why not just build a hunt group and have unanswered calls go to the hunt groups voicemail box.

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