Restrict a mitel superset from dialing 1900 and international calls
I have a superset that has speed dial buttons programmed to dial several long distance #'s.I want to restrict phone from calling 1900 and international calls but I need to allow these speed dial #'s to go thru
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Press Superkey Press More until the Forwarding softkey appears. Press the forwarding softkey press either busy, no answer or always softkey. if you pressed busy or no answer, press Internal, External, or Both softkey. Dial the destination number. Save on or Save off. press superkey.
With the call on the line press TRANS/CONF and dial the destination number, talk to the person you want to transfer the call and then press RELEASE to transfer the call. If you want to return to the caller juast press CANCEL.
press NO until personal keys? is displayed
Press the desired Personal Key
make sure key is not programmed
speed call will appear
dial the number to be saved
include the outside access code and area code,if necessary
Press SUPERKEY AGAIN TO EXIT
Use the super key again to program a speed dial key that dials the voicemails number. Instead of selecting 'clear' slect "change" and type in the number. To find the number of the voicemail, go to another phone and press their voicemail key and watch the display. It may briefly display the voicemial group number. You also can dial the voicemail number without the use of a button on your phone. But, you have to know the voicemail group number to dail it. Sorry i dont know the number to tell you, it could be anything that the installer decided to make it.
The feature you are looking for is called "prime line" or "Line preference" but not "ringing line preference". It is not usually on by default on a multi-line business phone system. Your system can do this but I suspect it's a system programming feature and not something you can set yourself. You would have to have the phone system administrator make the change. Or you may pay an installation company to make programming changes?