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New phone - plug in, know what the extension is, how do I know what the direct line is?

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If you want to know the extensions number of your phone of any information about the programed feature on any button you just click on feature (button with nortel logo) then * then 0 then the button and it will give the information about the button. For extension you should use the intercom button which is normally last button on the buttom of your rigth hand side.

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    If you want to know the extensions number of your phone of any information about the programed feature on any button you just click on feature (button with nortel logo) then * then 0 then the button and it will give the information about the button. For extension you should use the intercom button which is normally last button on the buttom of your rigth hand side.

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    eng_qasim_ha Jan 31, 2013

    If you want to know the extensions number of your phone of any information about the programed feature on any button you just click on feature (button with nortel logo) then * then 0 then the button and it will give the information about the button. For extension you should use the intercom button which is normally last button on the buttom of your rigth hand side.

  • eng_qasim_ha
    eng_qasim_ha Jan 31, 2013

    If you want to know the extensions number of your phone of any information about the programed feature on any button you just click on feature (button with nortel logo) then * then 0 then the button and it will give the information about the button. For extension you should use the intercom button which is normally last button on the buttom of your rigth hand side.

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