The night service feature permits to route calls to predefined night stations or other answering devices - for example, to voice messaging, to an automated attendant application, or to a night bell device.
The administrator specifies the night service DN.
The feature can be activated by either or both of the following methods:
This takes place when all members of the hunt group are in "make busy" state.
This takes place when the administrator activates the feature.
Night answering positions have the capability to:
Extend calls to other destinations within the private network or to external destinations
Camp on to busy stations
Access external trunk resources
The following are other characteristics associated with this feature:
Authorized users can pick up calls alerting at night service destinations.Parent topic: Hunt Groups
Night Bell Call Pickup
Although calls alerting at night answer destinations are not prioritized by Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony, prioritization may occur within applications monitoring night calls queued at hunt groups.
How to Provision the Night Bell Call Pickup Service