I do not believe either can be "seen" from the CUPC icons. If the person searchs in LDAP for another subscriber of CUPC, the CUPS will give out line status. (on/off hook) or if the person is logged in, logged out. In a meeting, available, etc. But I do not recall seeing in CUPC if cfwd is visible from the client side.
For PARK, Im not quite sure. The CUPC will work exactly like an IP phone. So it can Park a call, pickup a call, etc. There are no visuals of what calls are parked, etc if that is what you mean
With Park we are running into the need for people to "follow up" to make sure PARKed calls have been retrieved. The ability within Attendant Console to view the "parking lot" is currently used heavily for this purpose, as well as if a user forgets where they parked the caller.
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