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Changing a display name

Hello everyone:

We are currently experiencing a problem and I am hoping that you could possibly fix it. One of the extensions at our office was recently given to a new individual. Most of the information has been changed, except for one minor detail. When you page that person's extension, the name of the previous person still shows up on the screen.

Could you please advise on how to fix this?

Thanks a lot! I need to change the display name on a few extentions. Can U PLEASE HELP ME...........

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  • info1922 May 07, 2009

    I'm having the same problem, and the user guides and manuals for this system have no information. The system came setup already and no-one in the office has ever had to change the display name before. Is there anyone who can help with this?

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It depends on the phone system type. The name changes are done in programming mode. But to enter programming varies by system. You need tech support.

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