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Abbreviated dial porgram

Abbreviated dial Programing by Bobg1
Posted: 5 Mar 03

1    On a separate sheet of paper, write down the outside numbers, extensions, and/or feature codes you want to program as items on your personal list(s).     Notes: - Each telephone number or feature code is stored as a separate list item. - You can store a maximum of 100 AD entries in a personal list.

2    Pick up the handset.     [dial tone]

3    Dial the AD Program feature access code *0.     [dial tone]

4    Dial the personal list number (1, 2, or 3).     [dial tone]

5    Dial the list item (1, 2, or 3).     [dial tone]

6    Dial the number you want to program (up to 24 digits).     NOTE: If you are programming an outside number, be sure to include a trunk code, if applicable.

7    Press <#> .     [confirmation tone]ò    The number is stored.

8    Repeat Steps 4 through 6 if you want to program additional items on the same list.  Note that system and group lists can have a maximum of 100 entries.     

Hang up and begin again at Step 1 if you want to program items on another list.  Note that you can access a maximum of three lists in any combination - personal, system, and group.

9    Hang up to end programming.     

NOTE: Keep a copy of your own personal lists; group, system, and enhanced lists are available from your system manager.

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