The station-controllable Selective Call Forwarding (SCF) feature allows to selectively forward calls based on the caller's identity. This is achieved by preparing a list of numbers (screening list) that may either serve as White List
or Black List
Selective Call Forwarding is independent of other call forwarding features. Calls from DNs that cannot be determined, or that are not on the list, can be forwarded to a destination defined in another call forwarding service.
may activate/deactivate the feature on behalf of the subscriber
defines the forwarding destination
defines the role of the associated screening list:
White list: Calls from the numbers appearing on the list are forwarded
Black list: Calls from numbers not appearing on the list are forwarded
may add calling numbers to the screening list.
The subscriber uses the corresponding feature access code to
activate or deactivate the feature
add or remove numbers from the screening list
Note that the subscriber can neither change the forwarding destination nor the screening list role.
In order to enable station control, the corresponding feature access code (SLE Select CFwd) has to be created at the business group level.
When a caller's number matches a number on the screening list, call handling depends on the defined usage of the screening list.
If it is a white list, the call is forwarded to the redirect number. This can be another telephone, another subscriber, voice mail, or an announcement. When the caller's number is not on the forwarding list, the call is completed as usual.
If it is a black list, the call is completed to the subscriber.
System Specific Information
The screening list may contain up to 32 entries.
How to Provision a Subscriber for Selective Call ForwardingParent topic: Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony-based Call Forwarding Features
Call Forwarding - Unconditional (Station-controllable)
Call Forwarding - Return
Enhanced Call Forwarding
This procedure describes how to configure Selective Call Forwarding at the feature profile or subscriber level. Feature profiles, in turn, can be created and configured at the switch level or the BG (Business Group) level. At the subscriber level, the previously assigned feature profile can be overwritten to selectively enable, disable or modify the feature configuration for the particular subscriber. Those subscriber-level modifications effectively disconnect the individual service configuration from the underlying feature profile: a subsequent Reset Subscriber Lines on the feature profile will not influence a disconnected subscriber's service configuration.
Call Forwarding - Voice Mail
CFSIE - All Calls
Call Forwarding Restrictions
Feature Access Codes for Call Forwarding
RTP System Parameters for Call Forwarding