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NEC SV9100 V7.0 Ring Duration Before going to Voicemail

NEC SV9100 V7.0 Ring Duration Before going to Voicemail

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I have an NEC SV9100 PBX. I am being asked to see if there is a way to set the ring duration for a virtual extension. Is this possible?

RE: NEC SV9100 V7.0 Ring Duration Before going to Voicemail

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By ring duration do you mean call forward no answer timer? If so, it follows the system timer in 24-02-03, however you can place the virtual in a different timer group with a different timer, see 20-29 and 20-31.

RE: NEC SV9100 V7.0 Ring Duration Before going to Voicemail

(OP)
Thanks belevedere, for the virtual extension, we have it going to 4 extensions as a ring group. It rings 4 times and then goes to voicemail. Using InMail. We want it to ring about 5 to 7 times so we have a better chance to pickup the call. I know we all hate to leave voicemail messages and then having to wait for someone to call us back.

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