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how do i setup an auto attend for specific time

how do i setup an auto attend for specific time

how do i setup an auto attend for specific time

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hi,

we have a bcm450 nortel and i need to setup a rule to forward incoming call between 12pm and 1pm. this rule should be active for various lines.

how do i do that?

thx in advance


RE: how do i setup an auto attend for specific time

This is the Norstar forum, in future the BCM forum is here: https://www.tek-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=1361

Look under "Ring Groups"
-Add the DN of Callpilot into one of the groups
-In Line Settings add the ring group to the line

Look under "Scheduled Services"
-Choose Lunch, default is what you want but change times if need
-Set "Ringing" Service to Auto

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