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Change the amount of rings

When incoming calls come in, the phones rings 2 x and go into voicemail. I would like the phones to ring 4x before going into voicemail

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  • pfsllc Mar 06, 2009

    Phone rings about 1.5 times before going to voicemail. I need it to ring at least 3 times.

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On ext 10 press feature 00, left intercom twice, #506, mode 1, line 01, press 3.
Do this for all of your lines

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