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Using an analog phone on the partner SystemHelpful Member! 

finnaddict (Vendor) (OP)
8 Jan 08 13:44
i am trying to find a few simple feature codes for using an analog cordless phone on the system ? transfer and hold are 2 important ones i cannot find on the cd ??

Helpful Member!  TouchToneTommy (Vendor)
8 Jan 08 20:49
Most cordless phones will have a "Flash" button, or if they have separate "Talk" and "Off" buttons, pressing Talk should generate a Flash.

If you are on a call, pressing Flash, dialing an extension number, and then disconnecting will transfer the call.

Pressing Flash, and dialing your OWN extension number, and then disconnecting will PARK your call. To get it back, from the cordless or any other phone, dial Intercom, 6, and YOUR extension number. (The cordless extension should be programmed to select Intercom first, and then dial 9 to access outside lines.)
finnaddict (Vendor) (OP)
21 Jan 08 12:02
  where might i find a complete listing of these codes ??

1043 (Vendor)
21 Jan 08 12:16
What release Partner?
finnaddict (Vendor) (OP)
21 Jan 08 12:59
3.0 and i hope they stay the same through current versions so we may be able to show other customers this benifit .
skipi123 (IS/IT--Management)
22 Jan 08 13:57
There are some usefull codes in a booklet in the tray underneath your phone. Instead of Feature key use "#" from your analog phone.

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