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Copy settings command #399

I tried to use the #399 command to copy the settings from an existing phone (extension 13) to a new extension (extension 21).

The command asks for the source extension which I entered and then it asks for data. I entered 21 and tried pressing different programming keys to get it to finish the command but nothing seems to work.

Any ideas?

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  • moserdw Oct 15, 2007

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The only thing this will copy is line information. Not buttons.

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Are you sure you have the correct extension number for the destination? I may be more than "not progammed correctly" - perhaps it isn't the ext# you think it is. Try Feature*0 then all the keys, especially the line keys, which should give you the extension number.

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