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How do I change the time on clock

Can't figure out how to change time on telephone

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    What kind of phone? hat kind of phone system?

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Login to the web page for the system and choose Maintenance. There is an option to set the date and time.

It is also possible to set the system up to get the time from an NTP source.

If you have a dual server solution e.g. S87xx it is recommended the standby server is done first.

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