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One of the answering machine port is full. I need to put it on the other answering port.

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Moving a Message to Another Mailbox

You can move a message from one mailbox to another. The message is saved a a new message in the mailbox to which it's been added and is deleted from the original mailbox.

1 While the message you want to move is playing press "setup". The system beeps and stops playback, the Message Window displays CP (for copy) and the Mailbox lights flash.

2 Press the MBox button where you want to move the message. The system resumes playing messages in the original mailbox.

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