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Since SwyxWare v4.10 on the Conference feature with the so called virtual Conference Rooms is available. This article describes how to connect the access to your conference rooms with an Outlook calendar so that there must be an appointment within the calendar first to be able to enter the room.
This call routing can be done using the Graphical Script Editor as also with the Call Routing Manager. This article describes the script using the CRM.
To setup a conferene room you have to configure extensions for the conference user. By doing this you are able to setup any number of conference rooms which are accessible by any user (internal or external) as long as the extension is known.
It might be of interest to restrict the access of one or all conference rooms. This article will demonstrate how to setup a script checking with an Outlook calendar first if there is an appointment configured.
Please note that the conference user can be connected to just one Windows user account. Therefore there will be one calendar only regardless how many conference rooms you have.
Please note that this article is meant to be an example, the following "restrictions" would of course also be possible:
Installation of the Script
How the Script functions
The script checks if there is an appointment set in the conference user's Outlook calendar.
If so the script connects the call to the conference room using the "Connect To" block with the "original destination" as target. If no appointment is set a special announcement will be played and the call terminated.
How to handle several Conference Rooms ?
You are able to configure any number of extensions to the conference user and therefore create any number of conference rooms. If you want to have a call routing for one or the other conference room you have to check for the called conference room within the script first. The following example shows 3 conference rooms (300, 301 and 302). For these rooms it is shown how to add own call routing. All additional rooms would be connected directly.
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