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The problem with our phone set is it will not allow us to call out on it as it is sayin CO not assigned but we need to make outgoing calls can you help please

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  • litchfield_s Jan 27, 2009

    As our main office is in wales and we are in the westmidlands we are the programmers for the syatem is ther no quick fix solution

  • CarlyKay Jan 27, 2009

    I have the same problem and have no contact details for the person who set it up.. I do not have the feature guide.. Can anyone please help as this is a company phone and the problem is urgent. Thank you.

  • sujil2009 Feb 17, 2009

    Hi,

    I have same problem please help if you have a solution.

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    what the solution man

  • adel x
    adel x Feb 28, 2009

    say it man what is wrong with u
    u know the answer bu tu need he write to u again
    come on

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Hi Litchfield_s... I have found the solution... if you still have the problem, please post again... Carly

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Is this a company phone? If so, CO stands for Call Out. This error occurs when your main phone system has lost it's programming and there is no outside line identified. You'll need whomever works on your phone system to program it for you.

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    Bernie Thames Jan 28, 2009

    I'll see if one of our other experts can help you out. Hold on for a while.....

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