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Phantom station is dialing constantly

Hi we have a station 54 that is constantly calling one extension. How do we stop this. We don't know where this extension is, or station.

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Ext 54 maybe a voicemail port. There could be a mailbox that is programmed with message notification to the ext. that is ringing.What toshiba system do you have (phone and Voicemail)

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