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Displays "Sent"
#190451 08/03/07 03:23 PM
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What does it mean when "Sent" extension number. And how do I turn it off. Example is phone’s extension is 263, but displays “Sent 332”. This is for DK424 system

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Do you have a ext 332? This usually means you have sent a message to that ext, and the MSG light is lit.

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Yes, we do have an extension 332. It is the overhead page number at a remote site. However, there is no message light on extension 263

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The code #409 when dialed from the extension the message was sent to (332 in your case) will cancel the message sent feature.

I am told you cannot disable the ability to set a Msg Light on an extension. You can only disable the extention from sending a Msg light.

I think there is a code to turn off the sent message from the sending extension, but I only know the code to turn it off from the receiving extension.

I would imagine you could hook an analog phone to the port on extension 332 and disable it with #409. This is how I disable it on modem and faxe lines. The MSG light will make the analog phone card "tick", and a butt set or jimmy rigged analog phone will allow you to clear it off of your 66 or 110 block.

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From ext.263, press Intercom+#64+332 and see if that does the trick.

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Or from 263 dial int. 332+77.


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#190457 08/06/07 06:21 AM
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Use prog 35 button 04 to turn this feature off. This is a per phone, so just range the entire system. And no, this does not stop the voice mail from being able to turn the message lights off and on.

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#190458 08/06/07 08:39 AM
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Thanks to all of you for helping me. I used p2ii's medothed to remove "Sent 332" from display. I will go back and use mj_wald's suggestion to turn it off


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