Question about Mitel 5220 IP Phone
I want to know what each phone number is to each line on my phone, how do I view what number the extensions are?
To check the numbers from the system, unless the programmer typed in these numbers into your phone system, these numbers will not be in the system.
The easiest way to check your numbers, is call from each line and see what number pops up on a call display phone.
There is what we call an ANI number; here in Alberta, Canada we can dial a number to an automated system that will tell you the number that you are calling from:
In Southern Alberta you call - 403.958.6111
In Northern Alberta you call - 780-958-6111
There are service providers that you can call 611 to tell you the phone numbers.
If you have a ROT(rotary) numbers, you will have to call your service provider, give them pilot(main) number and get the service provider give you all your phone numbers.
To see what extension numbers on the system, go to each set, press the Blue Superkey and press the bottom right key, this will display the extension of the set.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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