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Vectors going to VM

Vectors going to VM

Vectors going to VM

Hi All, New to Avaya so forgive me.
on Avaya phone system setting up new phone tree (Vector) and it all works except leaving a VM
So hit 1 to speak to Bob 2 for Kathy 3 for John and 0 to leave msg and they want 0 to go into Bob's VM box but not ring his phone?? Possible??
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RE: Vectors going to VM

Yes, just put it in your vector.

01 collect 1 digit after announcement 1234 for none
02 route-to number 1111 with coverage y if digit = 1
03 route-to number 2222 with coverage y if digit = 2
04 route-to number 3333 with coverage y if digit = 3
05 route-to number 4444 with coverage y if digit = 4
06 goto step 08 if unconditionally
07 stop
08 messaging skill 99 for extension xxxx
09 stop

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