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First Timer... #523878 01/25/10 05:56 PM
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Hello, I have just purchased the xblue system and I am really excited to get this thing going for my small business. I am not familiar with telephony configuration and was hoping that maybe one of you could assist me from the beginning, i.e; from d-mark, forward. i have 3 POTS lines, and 6 phones. do i need homeruns for every phone? what is the aux co port? should i use a 66 block to punch down lines? does two of the phone lines go into one port? i just want to be certain that i am understanding this product thoroughly. i know that the last thing you need is another NEWB but your help would be most appreciative! Thanks so much!


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Re: First Timer... #523879 01/25/10 06:08 PM
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First on all what XBlue system did you purchase.
Next the manuels should be included.
Read them first and get a understanding of the system.
You ask basic questions that the manuel should make clear. If not we can help.

Re: First Timer... #523880 01/25/10 08:30 PM
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Sounds like the X16.


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