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KX-TA1232 Call ID Block

KX-TA1232 Call ID Block

KX-TA1232 Call ID Block

Here's another odd question. I have a customer who has four unlisted numbers, unfortunately their numbers will appear on the recieving end caller ID, and they would have to hit *67 before every outgoing call from all CO's to block there number. The local MA Bell does not provide private ID for the local market. So, my question, is there a way to automatically insert the *67 for all CO's before phone numbers are dialed. I have the system set for preferred idle.                         Jon

RE: KX-TA1232 Call ID Block

you could try pickup dial feature and shut of pre idle!

9p*67P   wait dial the rest

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