The SCR (Selective Call Rejection) feature provides the capability to build a list of numbers (known as a screening list) from which the subscriber does not want to accept incoming calls.
A screening list, created by the subscriber or the administrator contains up to 32 entries. These entries represent the calling numbers for which calls should be rejected. Each entry can contain up to 15 digits.
The subscriber has to specify one of the following actions to perform:
Activate or deactivate the feature
Hear the entries that are currently on the list
Add or delete entries to and from the list
The subscriber selects the option to activate the feature and gets a confirmation tone or announcement to acknowledge. If the subscriber's selective call rejection list is empty, Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony prompts the subscriber to add entries to the list. As soon as a valid entry is provided, the feature is activated. If selective call rejection is active, but the screening list is empty, all calls are accepted.
When a caller's number does not match a number on the rejection list, the call is completed. When the caller's number matches a number on the rejection list, the caller hears an announcement that indicates the subscriber does not accept calls from the number.As long as the calling DN is on the station's screening list, routing to a rejection announcement takes place regardless of whether the station is busy or idle. The subscriber does not receive any announcement when a call has been rejected.
System Specific Information
This feature can be provisioned at the feature profile level with a denied option at the subscriber level.
CDRs are provided on a usage-sensitive basis. The following are the CDRs maintained for this feature:
SCR screening list editing
SCR screening list created
SCR screening list deleted
The selective call rejection feature is sometimes known as selective caller reject.
Parent topic: Calling Services