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mike8319 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
19 Jul 06 14:33

I have a M7324 Nortel.

This is an older phone that our receptionist used to use. My end user activated the "do not disturb". I can't get this phone out of do not disturb mode, I have tried to button inquiry for a do not disturb key but all of the buttons on this phone being that it was a receptionist phone are all extensions.  When I try to feat 86 it doesn’t deactivate this do not disturb feature. I tried to program a button for do not disturb but when it says choose a button all of my buttons are lines so I hit a button and it dials an extension. If this makes any sense to anyone please help me out here this women is unable to use her phone and I have tried everything I know how to do.

Phonehed (Programmer)
19 Jul 06 14:36
Feature #86 will cancel it.

Phonehed in Dallas

mike8319 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
19 Jul 06 15:11
Your the man Mr. Phonehed  thank you
Phonehed (Programmer)
19 Jul 06 15:15
I take that back, Feature 86 is background music.

Feature 85 and Feature #85 are dnd and cancel dnd.

Phonehed in Dallas

DTone (Vendor)
19 Jul 06 15:16
Hey I might be wrong here but DND is feature 85 And Feature #85 to remove.86 is background music
DigitelD (Vendor)
19 Jul 06 15:46
You are not wrong.

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