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#71846 08/30/04 07:24 AM
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If you add the partner phones to a Magix, can you use a headset with them the same way you can with an MLX or 4400 series phone?

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#71847 08/30/04 07:46 AM
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Unfortunatly, you can't add headset buttons to Partner phones, nor can you use a "Partner" base for your headset, as the Tip/Ring functionality is lost with the Magix.

So,... you have to go with the "traditional" type of headsets that connect to the handset connector and require you to lift the handset off the cradle to connect and replace it in the cradle to hang up.

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