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IPO 4.2 time

IPO 4.2 time

(OP)
All,

We have 4.2 installed on a 406v2.

The time on each handset (mainly 5421's) is different. Can you tell me where the time is coming from? I can't see an option to change it on the handset?

If I missed it in the documentation somewhere your welcome to send me the link and I'll read it myself rather than you have to re-iterate the manual.

Thanks

Andrew
 

RE: IPO 4.2 time

It is on the system tab.
Set a pc with manager on it as time server and let manager open for a while.
 

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RE: IPO 4.2 time

(OP)
Thanks. I hadn't realised the manager needed to be open. I thought that was just for firmware files for the IP phones.

Thanks

Andrew
 

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