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#600513 05/06/16 01:31 PM
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Is there a way to disable the ability to call forward a digital set? I don't see anything in the class of service programs to do this. Also, will program 35 led 04 prevent a message light from being sent to another station? If so, will it also not read "message sent 214" from the originating station for example? Thanks


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I don't think you can block call forward. Turning off LED 04 in pgm 35 will prevent sta to sta messaging but won't stop message center ports, the voice mail, from activating the message lights. If you can't set a message light it won't display on the LCD that you sent one.

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I tried LED 04 in pgm 35 but that didn't work. I tried button 03 and it worked. I'm not sure why since it was a digital set, but it did. I think you are right though about the forwarding. I couldn't find anything that would prevent it. Thanks for the reply.


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