We have UCCX 7.0 running here and basically, I have got a report from managment that the abandoned calls are being reported on, even though they are under the 10 second threshold...now, I have never seen this threshold setting on the UCCX and therefore can neither confirm nor deny that what is being said is true...
What I would like to know is how to see the threshold setting for abandoned calls and change it if necessary, can anyone tell me where this would be?
You can use CDA (Cisco Desktop Administrator) for setting up the threshold values.
The Call Activity tab enables you to set the thresholds for the selected work flow group for call duration at a particular type of device (CSQ and Agent) while a call is in the contact center.
If a call remains at a device longer than the defined Caution or Warning threshold, a Caution or Warning icon is displayed next to the device name in the Agent Desktop call activity pane
To set up call activity thresholds:
On the Call Activity tab, enter the threshold times as desired.
Enter values in the Warning fields before entering values in the Caution fields. If you enter values in the Caution fields first, Desktop Work Flow Administrator automatically enters values one second greater in the Warning fields.
The Warning threshold value must be greater than the Caution threshold value. If you enter a greater value in the Caution field, Desktop Work Flow Administrator automatically changes it so that it is one second less than the Warning value.
Maximum Warning value: 59 minutes, 59 seconds
Maximum Caution value: 59 minutes, 58 seconds
I am also attaching the snapshot for your reference.
User requirment If calls will disconnect less then 30 sec then they will not consider as abandoned .Means i want calls will drop after 30 sec will show as abandoned in call report less than 30 sec should not show in report as abandoned
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