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I need to know how to change the extensions on the phones. Everyone in my office has moved rooms and we keep dialing their old extensions and since they are in a different room now, it goes to the old room. help?

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You can move them mechanically or electronically. If you have access to manager's programming, the extensions can be changed in system program 003 and 004, but it will screw up the mechanical order of the phones. An extra hint, the open extensions you can use for temporary numbers are 100,200,169 to maybe 182 and 269 to maybe 282. The concept is if you want to change 103 to 105 you make change 103 to 100 105 to 103 and then 100 to 105. Keep close track of who belongs to what because you're going to need it later. In hardware, the installer would just run new jumpers at the frame and he wouldn't have to change names in 004 like you're going to have to.

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