If you had a spare phone handset that you could put near the members of the hunt group you could set the Call Forward Busy and Call Forward No Answer of the hunt pilot to the DN of this phone. The hunt group members could then just set the Call Forward All destination of this phone as needed.
This will work but is pretty clunky, uses a handset and needs the hunt group members to be near the physical phone.
Another option would be to create a dummy phone in CUCM (it would not need to register) and assign it as a device to the hunt group member CUCM user accounts.
Again the DN of the dummy phone would be the CFB and CFNA destination of the hunt pilot
The members could then login to the ccmuser web portal and forward this dummy phone as required.
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