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Is there anyway to disable operator assisted calls or collect calls made from motel extensions? The pbx system is mitel sx-50.

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Yes there is. Unfortunately, this is something that you should contact your vendor to set up for you.

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First of all you must enter the program mode if you have your manual it will tell you how to do this. If not try this. press the # and on the screen should show command and a flashing number with a question mark. Enter the number 700 and press enter. this will get you in the prefixes. use the next key to scroll until you a a line with no numbers, it may take a little bit depending on how many prefixes are entered. Now then you use the arrow key to get past the first 3 digits that are flashing, enter the number 01 for non toll calls arrow over one more time enter the number to access an outside line commonly 9 then the prefix excatly how it is dialed eg.( 001 01 91800 05). Recap the 001 is what number in the list of approved prefixes. 01 is non toll call. 9 is the access number dialed form the room to get an outside line. 1800 is the first numbers dialed to call a number like 1800DIRECT. 05 is the number of digits dialed including 9. If you have any problems with this email me donnie_rawls2002 at yahoo.com. Hope this helps. I had to do this today at a local hotel and it was a bit confusing in finding the right commands and how to get there.

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Hi,

If you have the SX -200 series 410 then here is your manual.

http://edocs.mitel.com/UG/EN/SX-200_SS410_ug_en.pdf

If you have the SX -2000 series 410 then here is your manual.

http://edocs.mitel.com/UG/EN/2k_410.pdf

It looks like from reading them though, that your IT department (PBX Administrator) will be the people you will need to contact to reset your code. Or if that does not work for you then I would contact Mitels customer support and see if they can walk you through it.

http://www.mitel.com/DocController?documentId=10095

Hope it helps, and let me know if you need more help or information.

Thanks!

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