That is not an adjustable timer even in CUCM 9.1. These are the only configurable
settings related to Pickup Notification;
Call Pickup notification
Service Parameters Configuration - The type of audio notification (beep or ring) to be heard when a phone is idle or busy gets set from the Service Parameters Configuration window. This setting becomes the system default.
Call Pickup Group Configuration - The type of notification for each call pickup group gets configured from the Call Pickup Group Configuration window in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. In addition to configuring the type of notification, you can configure the time, in seconds, to delay the audio and visual alerts after the call comes into that group. This allows the original called party a chance to pick up the call prior to the audio and/or visual alert being sent to the pickup group. See the Call Pickup group configuration.
To configure whether the notification will be audio or visual, or both, use the configuration settings in the Call Pickup Group Notification Settings section of the Call Pickup Group Configuration window. The notification gets sent only to the primary line of a device.
To configure the visual notification on the Call Pickup Group Configuration window, use the configuration settings in the Call Information Display For Call Pickup Group Notification section. This setting allows the administrator to have detailed calling party and/or called party information in the notification message. The display will contain the name of calling/called party if available. If not, the number will display. The visual notification comprises a message on the phone status line.
Directory Number Configuration - This window provides fields where you can configure the audio alert setting for each phone. Configure the type of audio alert for phones by using the Pickup Audio Alert Setting. This lets users configure the type of audio alert to be provided when phone is idle or has an active call. See the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration Guide.
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