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We have OfficeServ 7200 and appear to intermittently lose incoming calls only to find later that incoming caller was still there and can listen in on operator conversations.

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Probably this manual will better assist you:

http://www.samsung.lexcom.ru/docs/manual_17809.pdf

Hope that helps!

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