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Telrad Question
#174760 08/21/07 08:34 AM
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We are currently in the process of moving offices and downsizing. We need to move phone extensions and forward calls for people who are no longer here.

Questions are:

1. Is there a way to move ext without having to repunch the blocks?

2. Is there a way to forward calls from an ext that is still on the system, but has physicaly been removed?

We are running a digital key DX (BX) system Imagen version 6.00D

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Re: Telrad Question
#174761 08/21/07 12:06 PM
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Hi There
Yes its possible to move extensions in programming using the F4 key on your pc but you need the pc programming software as for forwarding calls on older systems i think the extension needs to be connected to forward the calls but then can be disconnected
but im open to correction on this
cheers jd

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#174762 08/21/07 03:03 PM
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My advice storm is to get a programmers kit and buy a hour of tech support. You will need the software level of the system. It can be found on the label on the memory cartridge mounted on the MPD card.

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#174763 08/21/07 08:37 PM
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I agree with SS phones; don’t try moving EXT through programming (f-4) without tech support. It's not that easy.

Re: Telrad Question
#174764 08/23/07 07:32 AM
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I am a key system seller/installer, I sold a new
Tadiran to a customer and removed his Telrad Key BX 818(1996 vintage) memory version SMB3.05C.
There are two cards in the cabinet red MPD and a
ELD.Everything was working when it was removed.(No voicemail) The customer wants to reinstall it
and add voice mail.What do I need? What is the cost? What is IPEX upgrade.

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#174765 08/23/07 08:18 AM
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SBM3 and voicemail not anymore my friend. The IPeX is the way to go, it is the processor and voicemail on 1 card. Cant quote cost on here but feel free to PM, email or call me.


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