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In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

In a Partner ACS I have replaced a ASA/DXD card & programmed & everything is working fine for the day operation. I also replaced a Partner Messaging PC card & programmed #505,#506 & #507. Put a night service button on the same receptionist phone where ASA is also.
When I call in VMS never picks up. The attendant greeting is recorded & affirmed. What am I missing? Would greatly appreciate any help on this please.

Thankfully Dan8

RE: In a Partner ACS I have replaced a


RE: In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

Sorry I forgot to mention I did #206 as well. Is it possible there is something in partner messaging in regards to the attendant that I might have overlooked

RE: In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

I'm dealing with a Partner Voice Messaging PC Card. Is there anything I need to change thru it's menu, if it has one like other voice messaging systems, VS, etc ?

RE: In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

ASA Lines #204-(Line Number)-1
Group Call Distribution #206-(Line Number)-1
ASA Mode #121-(1=Hold/2=Disconnect/3=Ring)
Line Coverage Extension #208-(Line Number)-(Clear any extension number)
Hunt Group Extensions #505-7-78-1, #505-7-79-1
VMS Hunt Schedule #507-(Line Number)-3 (Night Only)
VMS Hunt Delay #506-2-(Line Number)-(number of rings 0 to 6)
ASA Button #111-3-Press button to assign
Night Service Button #503-3-Press button to assign

RE: In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

Tommy why is #506 for day & not night? I have the ASA for day operation. Please explain. Also there is no programming done with MSG pc card other record the general greeting, is that correct or is there a schedule I have to deal with like the VS?


RE: In a Partner ACS I have replaced a

#506-2 IS for night rings
#506-1 is day rings, and doesn't matter, because
#507 says that the AA answers only when in night service

There is no schedule in Partner Voice Messaging

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