We have a large number of departments and different groups want zero out to go different places. I don't want to setup zero out for each subscriber, I want them to be able to setup zero out via their phone telephone user interface (TUI).
I assume you mean setting the action taken when an outside caller presses "0" during the subscriber's greeting, correct? As opposed to the action taken when a subscribers is in their own mailbox and presses "00".
If it's outside callers (i.e. "local operator redirect" type call flow) then in 4.2(1) you can do this. Administrators can set a key that user's are allowed to set the transfer number for - admins can pick any key they like, including 0 of course. Users can then set the transfer destination number for that key over the phone interface. You can check out the training video for this on the 4.2(1) TOI page here:
As Jeff stated, this feature is currently available today in the 4.2 release currently shipping. I see you are running Unity 4.1. Upgrade to Unity 4.2, and you can provide this function to your end users.
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