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Answering Machine on TD-1232 w/T1

Answering Machine on TD-1232 w/T1

Answering Machine on TD-1232 w/T1

I usually work on Avaya equipment! My question is, what do I need to get to analog answering machines to work on two DID stations. The customer only wants two VM boxes and the without buying a VM unit an answering machine seems to fill the need.  As is the the called extension is busy the covering extension or group would be an answering machine. Any help out there?

RE: Answering Machine on TD-1232 w/T1

just create a group that includes an xdp jack
point the did properly and set your rings properly
on you a mach. with a b/na create a group of 2 for your b/na

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