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How do I reprogram a phine to not become an auto outside line? Every time the phone is picked up it connects to an outside line and I can not transfer inside them system.

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From the phone, do not pick up the handset, press PROG 11 STORE PROG

It changes line preference outgoing to NONE.

Carl

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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