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#247985 10/21/11 06:32 PM
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I have a SV8100 with a PRI. The main number rings a group of phones and it is not listed in the DID routing table, how is the routing defined for a number that is not listed ?

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Received Number could be blank as long as you defined it in 22-17-01 . Are they not in 22-17-01 also ?

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22-17-01 is blank, everything in 22-17 is blank.
The DID routes are defined in 22-11 but not the main number.

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in 22-09 you have item 02 called received vacant number operation this could be set to disconnect or transfer 22-12. in 22-12 you define a ringgroup to ring if the number is not listed in 22-11.

hope this helps

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I have a SV8100 with a PRI. The main number rings a group of phones and it is not listed in the DID routing table, how is the routing defined for a number that is not listed ?
Check 22-10 and see how the tables are split up.

I will typically assign the first 500 tables to be the same in all 8 modes and then use table 500-599 for day mode routing and 600-699 for night mode routing of the main number.

Did you use PcPro to listup ALL of the DID tables? The # may just be in a very high table.

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Sorry guys, I found it in the DID table, it was further up. I never skip entrys and have it all in a block so I missed it.
The number rings on a virtual extension 301.
To make that ring on a phone I have to put a VE 301 key on the phone or is there another way ?
At night it rings to 303,303 is call forward to voice mail, how do you control to which greeting it goes ?
Thank you !

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You are correct, you will need to program the virtual to appear and ring on the phone that you want it to ring on.

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It would be easiest to set mailbox 303 as the night greeing. If you are using the Blade voice mail, set 303 as a transaction box and assign it to be owned by a box that you want to be able to get the messages. T-boxes automatically place messages that get left in them into the owner's box.

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It is a inmail.
How can I light up a button on a phone when VE 303 has messages ?

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It is a inmail.
How can I light up a button on a phone when VE 303 has messages ?
Button type 77 secondary data will be the mailbox number.

When you press that button it will log you into that mailbox.

Cool, huh?

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