This feature is available to all users, enterprise voice enabled or not, and is preserved in the case of a situation of a failover environment in Disaster Recovery mode.
In this latest “how to” from CANITPRO, we will take a look at how to deploy Busy Options in Skype for Business Server 2015.
The Busy Options feature allows two types of shares when a user is already on a call:
- Busy on Busy: The call is rejected, the caller receives a busy signal
- Voicemail on Busy: The call is transferred to voicemail
Interoperability with applications like voice response groups, team calls, delegations … is detailed in the planning of the commissioning of the Busy Options feature.
Plan for Busy Options for Skype for Business Server: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt750457.aspx
The good success of the configuration must take into account all the technological prerequisites.
- Supported Enviroment : Skype for Business Server 2015
In our example, the target environment is like this, the example is for informational purposes and cannot cover all possible deployment scenarios.
For the full Step-by-Step guide, please go to CANITPRO.
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