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speed dial buttons on the sts
#211887 08/16/07 08:28 PM
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I was programming a stse today, and the customer wanted a button on the phone that would dial a phone number when they pressed it. I know on other systems you can just program the number on the button with speed+speed touch the button and dial the number, or even press a line then dial the number but none of this worked, the only thing I could figure out is to program the stations speed bin starting at 9000 and then program the button for speed bin 9000, which worked. I was just wondering if there was an easier way to do this? It seems odd to have to go through two steps to achieve this.

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#211888 08/17/07 04:29 AM
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That's how it works! You must program a speed bin and program the speed bin to a button.

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#211889 08/17/07 06:42 AM
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Thanks, I went through the pdf file for the installation and programming, and that was the only solution I could find. I just wanted to make sure it was right. Is there a training guide or videos for programming vodavi systems?

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There is training for the XTS (which programs pretty much identically to the STS) but you have to be a dealer.

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#211891 08/17/07 03:02 PM
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My answer to the question of training would have been no, but in review of my certificates i found one certificate # 1009 titled Vodavi XTS-IP basic training course.

Oh well must not of learned much. :shhh:


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