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AMTEL3 (Vendor) (OP)
1 Oct 04 2:51
I recently installed a startalk mini and with feature984 I went to set the time and date and it would not allow me to enter '04, '03, '02 or '01 for year. I've had to leave it at '99. What am I doing wrong or is something Nortel didn't think about? Can you help? Thanks.
Helpful Member!  exsmogger (Vendor)
1 Oct 04 5:10
The Mini is not Y2K compliant.  Set the year for a leap year (92 or 96) like 2004.  The year does not appear in the message envelope.  It only appears if you run reports.

Brian Cox
http://www.jandjcommunications.com

NARSBARS (TechnicalUser)
5 Oct 04 16:36
Same as 2004 1948 1976       Same as 2005,  1966, 1977, 1983, 1994

NARSBARS

telemarv (Vendor)
5 Oct 04 17:01
Unfortunately you can only set mini between 1989 and 1999. It does keep the proper date over 1999 when it rolls to 2000 (you will lose the year display), but you can't set it beyond 1999. So there is no match for 2004.

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