Does anyone know what the max number of members in a hunt group is for CM 3.1(3) and if it makes a difference, the new Attendant Console? The documentation I have found stats 16 but I'm not sure what version that was for. Anyway, I am setting up a new system and it allowed me to enter over 30 members (5 wa users with 6 line appearances each) and last member to VM extension. I don't have 5 AC stations set up yet, but my 'Direct to user wa1, line 6' member is at position #26, and with just that attendant logged on, I was able to complete 6 calls to the Pilot Point, and on the 7th call it went to VM which is the last member of the hunt group.
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