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I have a PRI and am asking the same question. I do know that you do have to go into programming to set this up. You also have to have a COIB card installed for this to work for standard Direct Inward Dial lines.
You can pull the card out hot. The KMM chip is IC6 toward the connector at the back of the card. The other requirement, if you have the KMM chip, is that Caller ID be enabled for your MIFM card. It is done through system programming. You can turn it on by these key sequences. Follow this EXACTLY from a display phone (start idle):
<Feature>, #0*8974, press <Line 7> button, press <Line 3> button, press *, 4,01, <Transfer><Speaker>. Test again. One other item, MIFM firmware 5.0 is required for 50 call storage. If firmware level is lower, you will only get 10 call storage. If all the above fails, you will need to call a certified NEC technician to check it out.
Your system needs to have a mif-m card and kmm chip installed and all programming setup in order to scroll through the caller id. If this is all setup you can hit the directory button and than use the arrow buttons under the display to scroll. ldtsnj.com
To redisplay the Caller Id Number, press the Line button again.Caller ID Scrolling is possible if you have a MIF-F(C)-10 card in the system and you have a Scroll key programmed on the phone. If you need further assistance, let me know.