having a slight issue with my schedules. this is the history
i previously had unity 4.0 VM only and
we migrated to UNITY 5 UM using COBRAS which worked great. i also had all my auto attendants configured in unity previously and those were migrated as well.
everything was and is fine for all components EXCEPT for the auto attendants. if i modify or change anything with any call routing rule the schedule gets crazy. basically, if anything is changed and i try to revert it does not apply the schedule and sets it as "ALWAYS". No matter what i do i cant get it to work with the schedule.
Right now im using TOD on the CUCM to workaround the problem but id still like to know what i should or should not have done since im almost positive that something didnt go properly in the migration.
well... haven't had any complaints on schedule creation (the routing rules is a bit rough which is why I warn folks to not cart them over unless you need to).
If you have the directory backup avaialable (no messages) - and you can FTP it to me I can do a test restore on a couple systems here and see if I can find anything obvious. Email me off line (lindborg at cisco dot com) and I'll get you the FTP details if you're interested.
cool - I'd like to look at it and get to the bottom of it if I can. If you can provide me with an example call flow you were working with to tweek on (if there's a _bunch_ of routing rules) that'd help, too.
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