| | Re: Partner ACS AA hbiss 07/08/20 10:54 PM 7
Partner mail VS answered on Ext 34 and 35
Are you SURE you have an ACS R7 or R8? (5x9) Press (Feature) (5)(9) on a display phone.
| | Re: IP Office 500 vers. 9.0 mongo5150 07/08/20 01:52 AM 5
Well, you are going to have to trace the call routes.
Where does the Incoming call route direct the calls? To a hunt group set to ring as collective, and there is 16 users in it? so in addition to 16 phones ringing, you are having the twinning ring, 16 cell phones. And 209 cell voicemail is picking up....
Turn everything off...
Start over, as this is not a good way to handle calls...if you are twinning, you may need to adjust the number of rings for each station, based on how fast their cellular providers send the call to voicemail....reduce the voicemail coverage or remove the delay for when calls start to twin...
There is so much going on here, i would remove all users, add 209, get that set, then add the rest 1 by one...
| | SL2100 New comer Biztel Cuban Okie Tech 07/07/20 08:44 PM 0
Coming new to you all from the Samsung thread. We have decided to jump into the NEC world and start with the SL2100. I have been able to figure out most of the programming. Except I can't seem to grasp the ARS programming. Does anyone have a cheat sheet or a simplified explanation of how to program the ARS? I have been going at this for a while and my brains starting to hurt.
Thanks in advance!
| | ESI 900 TheGreatMiah 07/06/20 05:07 PM 0
Hello all, Any dealers that can sell me UIP's for the 900? I was told esi no longer sells them, but I am assuming that this company lost there dealership.
| | Re: Blinking Message & Call Back LEDs. VU9208 on Summit 80 EV607797 07/06/20 04:31 AM 5
The first one (ST) means that another station has placed a message waiting notification on this phone. By pressing the callback button and dialing 1, you can see which station left the indication. Pressing Hold/Save will call that extension and cancel the message waiting indicator. It looks like you have one station message waiting by your display shown.
The third one (VS) is for internal voice mail messages. You dial 3 to access those. You can then scroll up/down to access each message and handle them accordingly.
If you just want to kill all of the message waiting indicators, after you've pressed the callback button, press the speed button and then dial * two times.
| | Re: Kari's Law and Basic Edition Touch Tone Tommy 07/04/20 07:50 PM 1
Only phones that have their Auto Line Select set to Intercom-Line 1-Line-2-etc will be non-compliant. If the phone gets outside dial tone when going off hook, 911 gets you to emergency services
| | Private Message/ PM Professor Shadow 07/02/20 09:26 PM 0
For those that do not know Private Messages
can be sent and received by clicking on the ✉ on the top right hand side of the page.
| | Re: UCD Issues Bushmills 07/02/20 04:59 PM 2
It's a PRI. We have an OAS and 10 handsets, then actually a bunch of SIP apps going too.... Though most of the sip apps are just being used for outgoing call so don't ring.
| | Re: Avaya IPO Touch Tone Tommy 07/01/20 09:13 PM 1
There are no default short codes that start with *6 (which is why I use *601 through *699 to do my custom things)
*34 is the code to play MOH through the phone.
Hands Free Answer Intercom is programmed from the phone itself. If is in the Features menu, under Call Settings, scroll from there to "Internal Auto-Ans" and set to ON.
Internal calls will open up the speakerphone (WITH THE MIC ACTIVE), similar to a Partner system's HFAI and calling with * and extension number.
On the User tab, under Telephony > Supervisor Settings there is also a check box for "Deny Auto Intercom Calls"
| | Re: Connection refused on site Professor Shadow 07/01/20 07:34 PM 28
In wats out wats brings back memories of the phone dialers installed at the MDF's
Are you talking about those Mitel M-1 smart dialers that you could program to pick you long distance carrier?
Pull out your trusty RS-232 cable!
| | Re: SV9100 - Port forwarding dans 07/01/20 06:02 PM 2
35963 I don't recognize it but it could be a port chosen for access to DIM, DIM is used for troubleshooting different areas of the phone system functions.
If I were in your shoes I wouldn't open any ports until you know exactly what and why.
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