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#539772 11/17/12 03:52 PM
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pfonman Offline OP
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DSX speed dials, do I set the ext. to grab line group 90, or Prime line, & set the prime line as line group 90? I'm confused as to the difference. Maybe line group has to be accessed via Icm, & dial 9.
This is only my 2nd DSX, if you have'nt guessed.

Thanks in advance
pfonman, Tom

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pfonman #539807 11/17/12 08:05 PM
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As to my old and weak memory, add the "9" and set it to the line group. It's been too long..... blush

pfonman #539819 11/17/12 09:42 PM
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It just depends how you want the system to access speed dial numbers.

Assigning 90 gives you access to any available line in that group
which at default are all lines.

The rule holds true either system speed dial or one touch staion keys at top of keyset.

Normally i would use 90. Dialing 9 from the telephone gives you access to the group 1 which in turn is 90 by default.


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