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Line not in service

When I call an extension it says "not in service" and I get a really fast busy signal.

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Is says that because it's not in service :-)

To check the extenson number of the phone you're calling, go to that phone and press FEATURE *0 and the intercom button. Read the display. It should show you the extension number of the phone.

If it has names only, you're probably going to have to start with 21 22 or 101 102 etc and see what rings.

Carl

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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