I know how call pickup works but there is one limitation I'm trying to get around. Currently (3.1.2c) for a user to use the group call pickup feature they (their directory number) must be assigned to a call pickup group. However, is there any way I can allow anyone to use group call pickup without being in a group?
Example: I want one phone (a nightbell) to be able to picked up by anyone in the company. The only way I can see to do this is assign everyone to a call pickup group. I will then add the public directory number that should be available to all to a call pickup group.
The problem with this is that now everyone is able to pick up anyone else's phone. This is an unacceptable security risk. I don't want to create a call pickup group for each person or department as there are a couple hundred employees in the company!
Does anyone know of a workaround to this problem? Thanks in advance!
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