You could create a CTI route point that defaults that extension to unity voicemail, and create a unity box that plays the message and then hangs up. Upload the WAV file as the greeting and you're done.
What do you mean by "the announcement"? Are you after a prompt that plays out something along the lines of: "this call may be monitor for training and or quality monitoring purposes" (or some crap like that?)
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As said by jpm122, you can create a CTI route point (say 1000 which is your DN for which you want to play announcemt) and set the call forward all setting to VM.
On the Unity Connection, you can create a system handler for this extension 1000, and play the greeting or announcement whatever you want to play.. After this If you want any user to answer this call, you set the call-forward from Unity to your DN (say 2000)..
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