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New user trying to read call logs

New user trying to read call logs

New user trying to read call logs

(OP)
Hi,
I haven't been able to locate a good administrator/user manual for the mitel 3300 (other than the help file).  Any suggestions?

I'm trying to locate tips on how to read the call logs that I generate under maint. cmd... 'logs re smdr all match...'
Thanks,
Julie

RE: New user trying to read call logs

Dear Julie,

What do you mean "how to read the call logs generated under the maint. cmd...."?

The helpfile explains excately what and why. Are you having problems understanding the helpfile?

E

RE: New user trying to read call logs

(OP)
Hi,
Sorry that I didn't explain myself well.  I'll take your advice and go back to the help file.
Thanks,
Julie

RE: New user trying to read call logs

I'll admit the smdr records are a little intimidating but the helpfile does explain everything, all be it a little confusing.

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