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Cisco UCM 7.1 idivert button grayed out

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Normally when someone calls my desk phone I have the option to press idivert which sends the call directly to my voice mail.  Very handy for dealing with persistent salespeople and so on!  But a couple of times now I have received calls where the idivert button is grayed out.  So I have the option to Answer of let it ring and ring.  Any idea why these calls could possibly have super powers to evade my call screening??
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So the answer was found going to call logging and searching the records for the calling number.  It shows the call went to a hunt pilot number of which only I was a member. I had set it up for testing some time ago and forgotten to take it out. Mystery solved.
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