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Change ringing station to station

When dialing from station to station there is only one ring. How do I change that?

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  • karen833 Feb 13, 2009

    I access sta 100 for programming. When sta. 101 calls 102 there is only the beep beep beep sound and then no other rings.

  • karen833 Feb 18, 2009

    Tht worked!!! Thanks!

  • bob collins
    bob collins May 11, 2010

    Ring count. Can you get into programming? I am a certified Vodavi tech.

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There is only 3 beeps when you call the station because it is set in th privacy mode (HTP) on bottom of phone. Change it to T for tone. Any further, don't hesitate to ask. If this don't work, let me know.

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