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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Incoming call indicator light
The easiest way is to assign a DSS button for each person. When their phone is ringing, the DSS button will flash (on most systems - older systems don't do it and newer systems can be programmed not to).
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Posted on Oct 14, 2008
By default, three options are enabled:
option #1: leave a message
options #5: call the operator
option #6: return to top menu
Here are some other features you may need
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Changing ringing on a Partner system is done on either ext 10 or 11.
At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00"
Next press the left hand intercom twice
The display should say system programming
Press the right hand intercom once. The display should say Centralized Programming.
Enter in the extension number that you want to program.
Press the line that you want to ring.
A solid light on the line means immediate ringing
A slow flashing light means delayed ringing (meaning the phone will wait 3 rings before starting to ring.)
A fast flashing light means no ringing.
When finished with that station press the right hand intercom and enter in the next extension to program and set ringing accordingly.
Press feature "00" to logout
Hope that helps
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
To set up ringing you need to enter programming by pressing the feature key followed by **266344.When prompted to enter the password enter 266344.
The screen should say TERMINALS&SETS. The 4 top line/feature keys are now used for programming.
At the terminals&sets prompt, press the show key (top right arrow). The display should now ask for an extension number. Enter extension number you wish to program ringing on. Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should sat LINE ACCESS
Press the show key (top right arrow) .
The display should say LINE ASSIGNMENT.
Press the show key (top right arrow) .
The display ask for a line number. press list
The display should sat line 001: appear only press CHNG til it says appear &ring.
press next key (lower right arrow)
The display should say line 002: appear only
Repeat same procedure as line 001 til all available lines are done
press the release key when finished
if the programming doesn't look like 1 described call me @1.410.984.4840
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: Call forwarding
The 50 command is for call forwarding of an individual phone, not the incoming calls. There are several conditions that have to be met to make forwarding work. First, you need your ICD group extension. It's generally 600, but we use 100 or 199 or 200 sometimes. The command is in the back of the Operations Manual (OM) and it is in the form of (assuming 600) *71416009+number#. *7140600 cancels.
Here's a copy of the manual, just in case you don't have one. Page 192 shows the sequence. You might also look at *710 command on the same page for setting forwarding. It is quicker than the 50 commands and sets the status of your FWD/DND button.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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