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MWI for 2 extensions on 1 phone

MWI for 2 extensions on 1 phone

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Can You have an extension (Example 1315 with Voice Mail) on phone 1000
Activate the MWI on extension 1000 ?

Extension 1000

BUTTON ASSIGNMENTS
1: CALL-APPR AUTO-a/d N RG: R 5:EXTND-CALL
2: CALL-APPR AUTO-a/d N RG: R 6:
3: CALL-APPR AUTO-a/d N RG: R 7:
4: abrdg-appr Ext: 1315 RG:n 8:

voice-mail 2111

AVAYA CM R6 S8700 G450

RE: MWI for 2 extensions on 1 phone

"aut-msg-wt" amw led indicator buttons are used for extensions other than the principal extension on the voice terminal.

Message Lamp Ext: your extension, agent extension, or other extension can go here on page 1 of station form.

"man-msg-wt" or "mwn-act" and "mwn-deact" turn on and turn off amw indicators

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