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Avaya: Legacy SMB Systems (Partner/Merlin/Spirit) FAQ

Magix Phone User

How do I program personal speed dial numbers? by pjolly
Posted: 6 Aug 02

This process allows you to program up to 24 telephone numbers into your telephone's memory by assigning the telephone number to a feature code.

1.    Press Speaker
2.    Press #00
3.    Enter "#" and a 2-digit code from 01-24 on which you will program a phone number
4.    Press *21
5.    Enter dial out code if needed (usually 9) and phone number.  If it is a local call, just enter the 7-digit number; for a long distance call, enter 1, area code and the number.  You do not need spaces between numbers.  To insert a 1.5 second pause in the dialing sequence, press hold.
6.    If your telephone has a menu display, "enter" may appear on your display screen.  If so, press the soft key under "enter" (located immediately beneath the display screen).  Otherwise, proceed to step #7.
7.    To add more numbers, repeat steps 3 through 5.  When finished, press "spkr".  Be sure to note on paper which feature codes you assign.

To dial a programmed speed dial number, pick up the handset or press "spkr" and dial "#" (or "feature" if programmed) and the 2-digit feature number you used in step 3.

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