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changing ring tones per user?

changing ring tones per user?

changing ring tones per user?

I have tried to change ring patterns( internal) for a user and it sounds the same as if I didn't change it at all. It shows that it merged but sounds the same.

RE: changing ring tones per user?

What phones?  What version of the OS?

We use the 4406D phones and couldn't change the ring tones until we upgraded to 2.1 (27).  They now work fine.

RE: changing ring tones per user?

From the System | Telephony tab, the default ring tone for each call type (distinctive ringing) can be configured. The setting for an individual user can be altered from the system default through each user's User | Telephony tab. These ring tone settings only apply to analog phones. For the Avaya 2400, 4400, 4600, 5400 and 5600 series phones, the ring tone for each call type are predefined within the phones themselves.

It used to work in 2.1 but no longer in 3.0 and was never intended to work at all.

RE: changing ring tones per user?

Hmmm.  Why don't they reintroduce the "bug" that caused it to work then?  They could just call the "bug" a "feature" and be proud of it... revolutionary concept I know... *grin*


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