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Got an SV9100. Has in-mail, 16 sip trunks coming in, no analogue lines. My issue is trying to get one single D.I.D. to go to a separate auto attendant. This isn't working out for me. Being formerly a Samsung tech, I was quite spoiled by their ability to handle groups and destinations. NEC doesn't see things the same in their programming. Can anyone tell me at least where to start to do this? Appreciate any info I can get!


When I die, I want to go peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather, not screaming and panicking like the passengers in his car.

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Ok, Please disregard my former post. A little further delving into the right spot in the manual yielded results I was after. It's sent to a virtual extension with a routing mailbox. (Still prefer my good old Samsungs R.I.P.)


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The longer you work with the SV9100 and deeper you get into the programming you will find your mind changing regarding the 2 systems.


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