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I currently have my call handling set to first ring my desk phone and then my cell phone if I am away from my desk. Currently if I set my desk phone to DND or Ignore an incoming call on my desk phone, the call handling rules continue to send the call to my cell phone which is usually sitting right next to my desk phone. In this situation, even though my desk phone is set to DND or I pressed Ignore, my cell phone rings and I then have to ignore the call on my cell phone as well. This can be annoying when you are having a meeting in your office. I know that I can temporarily disable the call handling to my cell, but that seems a bit cumbersome to have to turn it off and back on all the time.
It would be nice to have the option to automatically suspend the call handling rule if the desk phone is set to DND or if the Ignore button is pressed on the desk phone. This might be as simple as some minor programming and a couple of check boxes on the User>Call Handling screen that suspends call handling if the DND or the Ignore is utilized on the desk phone.