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I need to change the main office greeting on partner phone

Our office greeting needs to change but when I enter intercom 777 it goes directly to an extension instead of to the general office greeting options. help?

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    george peters May 11, 2010

    Are you entering intercom 777 manually or are you using a onetouch button on the phone?

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Login to your administrative mailbox. Its option number 3.

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