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Greetings Our custom greetings are not playing, the system has started using the factroy greetings on auto attendent. thank you Fred Lake Trinidad CO

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  • fredlake Aug 29, 2008

    thank you

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Ur phone must be reset to factory defaults by mistake.

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  • tech expert12 Aug 29, 2008

    try to set ur phone for the greetings u want again if u r not able to set them then reset ur phone first by removing the battery and reinserting it after 5 mins and then make the settings accordingly as u wish to.



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