I search for schedule and I came across acouple of posts that were similar to my quetion. First for a little back ground. I am running 2.4.6 build 126.96.36.199 with CCM 3.0.11.<br><br>Well, here is the problem. I have a subscriber that needs voice mail during the day but not during closed hours. I figured that I could change the active schedule to workdays and then his standard greeting would not work during the closed hours. I could set his closed greating to give a short greeting then say good bye. If someone out there knows what I am doing wrong please advise.<br><br>Thanks,<br><br>Troy Dean<br>Elevating Boats LLC.<br>900 St. Bernard Pkwy<br>Braithwaite, La 70040<br>E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I beleive to have it working. I choose the Weekdays as my active schedule and I set the standard greeting to enable and after greeting to take a message. I changed to the closed greeting and enabled it, recorded the custom recording for the source. Then checked after greeting say good bye.
I think my problem before was that the time zones were different and it was creating conflicting times and it did not know which one to use. It is working, and that is what counts right now.
Troy Dean Elevating Boats LLC. 900 St. Bernard Pkwy Braithwaite, La 70040 E-Mail: email@example.com
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