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On dial pad there is an option for telephone or headset.When I chose headset I must chose speaker,microphone and ringer.How can I get magic jack to remember these settings so I do not have to set them each time?I see no option to save.Thanks,Chas

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When you choose headset simply connect a hheadset to your ears, inhis option speaker/mic/ringer all are automatically comes in headset

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