I hoping someone here can correct me and remove my current disapointment with CUCME's call coverage features.
I'm trying to setup a parallel hunt group while still allowwing the agents in this hunt group to logout (make themselves unavailable) So far my research/testing has lead me to the conclusion that i cannot have the ability to logout of a voice hunt group, and that ephone-hunt groups do not have a parallel hunt algorithm.
ephone-hunts alternative to parallels is supposedly to use shared lines, but this again does not allow the agents to set themselves as unvailable.
Can anyone suggest a configuration which can allow me to setup a parallel hunt group in which the agents can make themselves unavailable?
I'm pulling my hair ou trying to find a solution for this so any suggestions would be appreciated.
No, i just want to be able to have a parallel hunt group that the agents can log out of. According to Cisco documentation Hlog only works with Ephone-hunt groups; which do not have a parallel hunt algorithm. I have also tested this and hlog & DND do not work with a voice hunt group.
Your idea is a good one and i can confirm that this does work; in fact this concept works with a parallel voice hunt group.
However, having to logout and back in each time an agent steps away from there desk is a bit annoying, especially if it's just for 5mins. The login process is not the nearly as simple as DND/Hlog.
I really hope cisco consider improving the Voice hunt group funtionality/adding a parallel hunt to Ephone hunt groups. I'm disapointed that they have managed to miss such a basic feature of a telephony system in the development of the hunt groups.
In any case, thanks for your input Ash. Unless someone else has any bright ideas this might just have to do for now.
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