Reference:Administration/PBX/Objects/Executive

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The Executive PBX object is used to implement the executive/secretary functions. The executive’s telephone registers with this object. Furthermore, two groups can be defined for this object: the primary secretary, which is directly subordinate to the boss, and the secondary secretary, which stands in for the primary secretary.

There is still a third group that can be defined – its members may call the executive directly without the call being signaled on the phones of the secretaries. All calls to the executive are sent to the primary secretaries. If no registration exists for the primary secretary, then the calls are forwarded to the secondary secretary. If no secretaries are registered at all, the calls are forwarded to the executive. All calls to the secretaries are signaled as a diverted call, with the executive displayed as the diverting party.

Every call received by the executive that was previously received by the secretaries is likewise signaled as a diverted call. It is thus possible to adjust the executive’s ring tone, so that it rings differently if the call was initiated by one of the secretaries. If a call is received directly on the executive’s phone, that is, not via the secretaries, it can be signaled with a different ring tone.

The following specifications are made in the Executive section:

  • Primary: The Primary secretary group, when added, may be selected here.
  • Secondary: The Secondary secretary group, when added, may be selected here.
  • Direct Call: The Direct Call secretary group, when added, may be selected here.
  • Call Executive: Calls to the executive are also signaled on the executive’s phone, if this check box is checked. Normally, calls are signaled to the secretary only.

The executive must be active member in the groups used for the primary and secondary secretaries as well as for the direct calls.

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