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yipster (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
30 Jun 05 10:49
I have a 4412D and now I see a D G in the right corner of the display.  What does it mean? plus I cannot get any calls.  How can I get rid of it.  Plus other phones have the G.

Thanks in advance
bwilch (TechnicalUser)
30 Jun 05 10:58
G means you are a memeber of a hunt group and logged in, D I believe is for "Do Not Disturb".  Try dialing *09 from your phone to turn off the DND (that's the default shortcode)
yipster (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
30 Jun 05 11:45
DND is N

I tried *09 and nothing happened.

Any other suggestion
Who27 (TechnicalUser)
30 Jun 05 11:46
I think D is for call forwarding and that would be why your're not getting any calls.
bwilch (TechnicalUser)
30 Jun 05 11:57
*00 is the default cancel all call forwarding, you can give that a whirl.
yipster (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
30 Jun 05 12:38

thanks it worked

yipster (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
30 Jun 05 12:38

where can I get info on all these codes
bwilch (TechnicalUser)
30 Jun 05 14:24
If you have access to manager, you can look under "short codes" under there, there's also a document which has a list of them.

You can find the document at

Under "short code defaults" gives all the default short codes created on the system.

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