asterisk 1.4 gotoif busy

Hello Experts

in an Asterisk 1.4.38 environment, i have 3 phones. what i want is to have the caller diverted to voicemail if all 3 phones are busy talking. i need to know how to properly use "gotoif" if the 3 phones are busy. btw i am running the dialplans in a mysql database..

i am by no means an expert at asterisk, but i useually find my way around, but this has allured me for some time now..

currently it looks something like this:

             ID      context           exten              priority            app                        appdata
       70057       vbh              vbh-daytime         1                Dial              SIP/VBH10&SIP/VBH11&SIP/VBH12|3600
       70058       vbh              vbh-daytime         2                Playback      /phonesounds/vbh-busy
       70059       vbh              vbh-daytime         3                Voicemail      s*number*10

i have exchanged my number under voicemail with *number* for my own sake ;-)

can anyone help me? :-)
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PhonebuffCommented:
Try this in Google --  asterisk gotoif dialstatus busy  (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=asterisk+gotoif+dialstatus+busy)

An maybe check this thread -  http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-users/2013-May/278825.html
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TazmanerAuthor Commented:
Looks like what i was Searching for, now for the next part of the question.

how would this look like in mysql? i cant seem to figure it out.

(sorry for the late response i havde been extremely busy)
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PhonebuffCommented:
how would this look like in mysql? i cant seem to figure it out.

Not at all sure what you are asking me --   It's a custom context and has nothing to do with Mysql statements in a normal world.  But if you are running it in "simple realtime" then you are going to modify the appropriate entry in the database extensions table for the context --

http://www.open-voip.org/index.php?title=Asterisk_Simple_Realtime_example
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