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ringing security officers ext after office hours

ringing security officers ext after office hours

ringing security officers ext after office hours


We have KX-TA308 PBX. Operator answers incomming calls during the office hours. we need to program the PBX so it will ring security officers extention after office hours. is it possible to do this without using call forwarding? (feature like day/night/lunch mode)


RE: ringing security officers ext after office hours

First program a DSS key for Day mode and one for Night mode
(on an OP/Managers handset)
Press Program
Press the desired DSS button.
For Day mode: Dial 4.
For Night mode: Dial 5.
For Lunch mode: Dial 6.
Then program the Night CO in (409)
Press Program-enter password
in Sys prog enter 409(Nght in CO)
enter CO number
then #-(the Jack no. of the destination)
then select enable/disable and then Auto Dial/Store to save

Do this for all CO's required

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