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I have a bad phone on an NBX100. How do I swap out the phone with a new one and keep all of my programming for the existing extension

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What software version are you running? Specifically 5.0.x and below or 6.0.x and above? Assuming you have plugged in the new phone and have discovered it on the system... If you know how to get to the users tab for either version, then select the users extn (example ext.100) and click modify(5.0) or on the extn number (6.0). Then scroll down in the section on the right where it says telephone list (5.0) or associated telephone (6.0) and select the newly added phone (example ext. 101). Once you select the new extn (101) and click ok or apply, you will have moved their user profile to the new phone. All of their recordings, passwords and voicemails will move with the profile.

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