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Lucent Partner-18 business phone

Is there a way to choose from different ring tones for different lines. I want to set my private line to a unique ring that is seperate from the general line.


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  • gvivanco Feb 24, 2009

    I would like to have my own ring tone to my phone line, how can i do that?

  • crfische99 Apr 01, 2009

    I have a similar problem. Is there any way to change an extention Ring tone. I don't want to change the ringtone of the lines because all departments use the same line, yet we all have different extentions.

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Feature 00
LEFT Intercom twice
#209
enter the line number (01, 02, 03, 04, etc)
Press the Keypad for the ring style you want (1-8)

Feature 00 when done.

If this does not work, your release of Partner system is too old....

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