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Topic # 11302 15-Jan-2007 11:51
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There is a feature in the VFX web portal to setup time schedules. The logical scenario would be that this would enable you to setup a schedule for when you want to & want not to receive incoming calls.

Is this correct? If so, I have not been able to workout how to utilise this service and a run down on how to would be great.

If this time schedule is for something else, or is a yet to be enabled feature, some more information would be helpful. Such a feature would be very useful for home-business.




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  Reply # 57924 15-Jan-2007 11:52
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coffeebaron: ...Such a feature would be very useful for home-business.

Yes, indeed.  It would stop those Americans phoning at 3am Yell.

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  Reply # 57928 15-Jan-2007 12:27
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Hi Gents,

The Time Schedule at this stage is there by default and can will used with the advanced services that we will offer in the future, selective call acceptance , rejection, forwarding , remote office and a number of others but at this time it does not effect any services that are currently used by VFX sorry :( .




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  Reply # 57933 15-Jan-2007 13:03
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Thanks scheduling some light on that one. Look forward to the advance features in the pipeline.
One suggestion for if /when this service comes available; I like the feature in voice-mail where you can record a different greeting to be played when you are on the phone, similar to this would be another alternative greeting to be played to callers outside the call schedule. E.G. "Thanks for calling my home biz, your have reach me after hours, please leave message or ..."

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