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Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

(OP)
Scenario:
Hunt group consists of 2 pnones, IP(x2500) and an Analog(x-2501), when someone calls HG-2505, x2500 and 2501 rings.
They want to be able to control the forwarding from the IP phone, so when they walk away calls go to a Cell Phone. They come back to office(x-2500), take off forwarding.
Can this be done and through a Hunt Group scenario?

RE: Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

set up forwarding or twinning depending on the service you have on ext 2500 with a button to turn on and off.
Mike

RE: Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

(OP)
Hunt Group is 2505 with x-2500 and x-2501 in it.
I would like the User(x-2500) to control the forwarding(for HG 2505), if possible?

RE: Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

(OP)
I like your way, easier, but
I thought I needed to create a dummy user in a dummy Hunt Group to have Call Forward to Cell phone, then go to Hunt Group I want forwarded and put the dummy Hunt Group as the OOS Fallback, then create a button on the set to control Forwarding of Hunt Group.
Thank you

RE: Forwarding external from Hunt Group extension

(OP)
We upgraded them to 11 in January

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