Need help with time conditions

psu3

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Hello !

I'm new with Elastix and there is something i can't do.

I have created an inbound route. It's destination is a time condition.
The time condition looks like this:

Time to start:09:00
Time to finish:19:00
Week Day Start: Monday
Week Day Start: Friday

What should i do if i also want to add Saturday 09:00 17:00 ?

Thank you in advance for your help
 

Bob

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psu3,

Chain your time conditions like so

Inbound route
V
Time condition 1 >>>>> (if match) Goto Function (Ring Group/Queue/etc)
V
V (if not match)
V
Time Condition 2 >>>>> (if Match) goto function (ring group/Queue/etc)
V
V (if not match)
V
Voicemail (or hangup or announcement etc)

Time Condition 1 (Mon - Fri)
Time Condition 2 (Sat)

You can keep chaining them as much as you like. You will find it easier if you start from the bottom first e.g.

create your voicemail or announcement, then your saturday time condition and then your weekday time confition, that that way when you create your time conditions, the event that you will chain to will be available for selection.

Regards

Bob
 

Bob

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Just one other point.

When Elastix 1.5 is released with Freepbx 2.5, you can create time groups.

So your two time conditions would be a time group, and your inbound would go to a time condition and look at both times selections (or more), without having to chain them.

So your time group would be named Working Hours. It makes it a lot easier to handle large amounts of time conditions.

Regards


Bob
 

psu3

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Thank you Bob !
With time group I can really do what i want !
 

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After upgrading to latest release of freepbx, time groups does not appear on elastix but does appear on unembeded free pbx. Is this a known issue?

Thanks
 

ramoncio

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jeffik said:
After upgrading to latest release of freepbx, time groups does not appear on elastix but does appear on unembeded free pbx. Is this a known issue?

Thanks
It is not an issue. If you want the latest features in FreePBX, you'll find them in the unembedded FreePBX.
Elastix developers are constantly working on integration of new FreePBX features, but they need some time for programming and testing before they release them in the main gui.
That is why they also include the unembedded FreePBX gui.
They didn't it older Elastix versions and users used to complain.
 

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