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BCM50 Night service for internal calls

BCM50 Night service for internal calls

BCM50 Night service for internal calls

(OP)
Hi All,

Anyway to program Night Service for internal calls when someone dials 0 for the operator it will ring the extensions that are programmed to ring just like for external calls.

Maybe one solution is to create a hunt group and do call forward to the hunt group extension.

It sounds like from the manual that the night service is really for external calls only,

Thanks.

RE: BCM50 Night service for internal calls

If you are ok with 0 calling say 221 during day but at night 0 will call both 221 and 331 then that can be done in "Service Modes"

Setup the Night like normal but stay away from Ring Groups.
Program the "Extra Dial" DN

If you already have Night answering the lines at night then program Evening for sets.
If to services are manual then you may need to have two control sets (to each use F871) in this case, one set to activate for lines and one for sets.


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RE: BCM50 Night service for internal calls

(OP)
Thanks curlycord. that did the trick..

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