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Leave message from AA

Leave message from AA

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I installed a Startalk flash today. Set up greeting table and left AA prompt on. After greeting is played, it trips over to AA canned message.
Silicone sally says press * to leave a message,, but she says please enter MB # or press # to use the directory after * is pressed.
Must have missed somthing, set 221 as Attendant # in Greeting table.
THanks in advance for your help,

RBT

RE: Leave message from AA

"it trips over to AA canned message."
If you do not use CCR then the proper way is to record the AA Menu Prompt as if it was Path 0 in CCR (the second part of the greeting)
This message is played when the Table/X/AA Menu Prompt is On/Yes
If wanting to only use one greeting:
You can record a split second of silence if you make able/X/AA Menu Prompt = Off/No
Press record then OK right away.



"but she says please enter MB # or press # to use the directory after * is pressed."

Normal behavour as you press * to leave a message or ** to check a message.

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