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Ring Cut Off Act

Ring Cut Off Act

(OP)
Does anyone know how to turn Ring Cut Off Activation off?  It's on my status station form for the person that somehow activated and now they only getting abbreviated rings.

                    GENERAL STATUS
Administered Type: 6416D+  Service State:in-service/on-hook
Connected Type: 6416D+     Parameter Download: complete
Extension: 3452            SAC Activated? no
Port: 01B0613              User Cntrl Restr: none
Call Parked? no            Group Cntrl Restr: none
Ring Cut Off Act? yes      CF Destination Ext:
Active Coverage Option: 1

EC500 Status: N/A          Off-PBX Service State: N/A
Message Waiting:
Connected Ports:

Thanks,

Dave

RE: Ring Cut Off Act

put the ringer button on thier phone & tell them to press it

RE: Ring Cut Off Act

(OP)
Thanks a lot.  Couldn't find that anywhere in documentation.

RE: Ring Cut Off Act

your welcome.

RE: Ring Cut Off Act

(OP)
Yeah I did that too, it was nice to say to that person that it was their fault too cause they were acting like a jerk

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