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#160026 09/25/07 04:58 PM
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Is there a visual way determining what release level is installed in the cabinet? The eprom chips are labeled IC20 and IC21, dont know if this helps. We pulled this system from a working environment at a TV station and are thinking about putting it in a B and B.

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There may be a number inside a circle on the sticker on the bottom of the cabinet but this doesn't mean it hasn't been upgraded.
Fire it up and put a display set on port 1.
Go into field 116 and get the string of letters and numbers, this is the best way to determine
the version.
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Thank you.

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ok - here it is...

P231M81002A. (What year was this released?)

Can you give me any info on the cans/cannot with this version.

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Don't know the year, but it is a -3.
No Lunch/Break mode, No Phantom MB exts, No MWL Phantom, No restrict CO key by COS, and no remote FWD/DND and no TAPI plus whatever else -5 and 6 added

Maybe I'll find or post the features list later.

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Thanks again.

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I have the pdf but I don't know how to create the UBB code to show it as a link. Drop me an email and I'll forward it to you.

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Carl thanks for info.

Quick?

Can i program a direct speed dial button in order to achieve off site transfer.

Speed dial needs to be programmed with flash and pause followed by number and needs to work will on call.

(flash)(pause)(pause)555-1212

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Carl thanks for info.

Quick?

Can i program a direct speed dial button in order to achieve off site transfer.

Speed dial needs to be programmed with flash and pause followed by number and needs to work while on call.

(flash)(pause)(pause)555-1212

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