Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony provides user-dialable codes that allow access to features and services. These Feature Access Codes (sometimes known as VCS (Vertical Service Codes)) can invoke features that reside in Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony without special feature keys by entering feature access codes.
Features that reside in the SIP subscriber endpoint are not invoked with feature access codes.
Access codes are required to ensure the correct operation of many Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony features. The required access codes are usually added during the initial installation of the system.
The following table lists the default feature access codes; however, these values listed below may be adapted to the enterprise's custom configuration. Features that do not have specified default access codes are not listed in this table.
Table 1. Default Feature Access Codes
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|Anonymous call rejection||*77 (activate)|
|Call forwarding—all calls||*72 (activate)|
|Call forwarding—busy line||*90 (activate)|
|Call forwarding—don't answer||*92 (activate)*93 (deactivate)|
|Call forwarding, selective—screening list editing||*63|
|Calling ID delivery and suppression||*44 (deliver)|
|Calling name delivery blocking ||*68|
|Calling number delivery blocking ||*67|
|DN announcement ||*99|
|Do not disturb—Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony-based||*78 (activate)*79 (deactivate)|
|Executive override||*35 (activate)*36 (deactivate)*94|
|Hot desking||*35 (activate)|
|Hunt group—make busy||*26 (activate)|
|Night bell call pickup|| *38|
|Selective call acceptance—screening list editing||*62|
|Selective call rejection—screening list editing||*60|
|Serial ringing—screening list editing ||*42|
|Simultaneous ringing||*40 (activate)|
|Station speed calling, Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony-based—one-digit list programming||*74|
|Station speed calling, Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony-based—two-digit list programming||*75|