Nested Time Conditions Dilema

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I have attached a picture of what I am trying to atchieve:


It looks like it is not possible from GUI .....
 

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I did not make it clear enough. I think I have to use OR and AND in nested time conditions. This is not easy job.

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You will need to do this under the unembedded FreePBX. First you will need to set up your time groups then you can program your time conditions.
 

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Here is what I wanted to atchive at the first time. So basically I need to use AND in Time Condition. [img size=720]

I know at this time is no possible to use AND | OR in time conditions. AT least no easy way. I have to use AND in
"Monday-Friday
09:00-20:00
AND
Saturday
10:00-16:00" IF YES go to IVR1
IF NO go to VM

Thank you and have a good one .
 

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I believe that "AND" can get by modifying TIME GROUP by adding NEW time condition to present TIME GROUP-
am I right? So in my case, it should look like:
 

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I have just figured it out that stuff.

I am just curious if there is any way to program Holidays exceptions. In my current Time conditions that is complex is not going to be easy add another nested time cond - it would be messy. Is there any way to even manually override
currnt time cond by pressing some sort of buttons? I am thinking about DAY/NIGHT so if someone or appointed extension
press DAY - that would means no changes to current time cond. if press NIGHT - all is set to HOLIDAY and only GENERAL HOLIDAY MESSAGE with GENERAL VM would be available. I am not sure how to atchieve this.

If you can please advice.

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Yes it is possible. Just use DAY/NIGHT mode with Time Conditions. Just chacked and it works. So, something that was not possible just is possible. Of course I had to search, search, search, ..... it did not come by itself....


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Some time ago, I read about someone who configured asterisk to lookup into google calendar to setup time conditions, it didn't look like too difficult. This might be interesting for you to study, MST.
 

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definatelly I will take a look, first I have to find it :)

Thank You ramoncio

Have A GOOD ONE

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