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Change Pref Out to Idle

The Pref Out is set as NO, how do I change it to Idle? Right now the phone does not ring or light up with an incoming call. I am unable to pick up a call that is on hold for me from another phone in the office.

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Since the phone is stupid, you really need to say what cabinet you have. Preference out in my system is reach by dialing program 19 and STORE then AUTO ANS changes the mode and STORE saves it. YMMV

As far as button mapping. press PROG and the CO button on the lower left. If the display doesn't say CO-1 or Single Line 001, then you can dial 0 1 to make it so. It would be best to do this on a working phone and write down what the buttons are from bottom to top, then go to your phone and duplicate it.

In programming 0 is CO lines, 1 is extensions, 2 is speed dial, and there are a whole raft of codes for VTR, CID Log, and 2 Way VM features that are in the user guide.

Carl

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