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Avaya problem with second line

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i have problem with Avaya with second line. When i talk on one line and someone is calling me on second line, on caller side it is ringing normaly but on my avaya phone is not.
How can i fix this problem? Where to look

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  • Tihomir Ciric May 13, 2009

    sorry it is Avaya 4610SW IP Phone

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You need to ask your local system administrator to enable this feature on phone switch. Looks like you are working with IP Office

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