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Use one station button to ring two?? Is this possible?

Use one station button to ring two?? Is this possible?

Use one station button to ring two?? Is this possible?

(OP)
I am a newbie with our system and there may be an easy solution that I am not aware of.  I have one person working between two different desks/phones.  When I push her station button I would like it to ring both stations instead of me having to guess where she is at.  Is this possible? - only one station would need to answer.

RE: Use one station button to ring two?? Is this possible?

What model Vodavi system do you have?

www.northfloridacommunications.com
Norstar & Vodavi phone systems and network cabling in Gainesville & Ocala Florida

RE: Use one station button to ring two?? Is this possible?

(OP)
I have the Starplus STS system.

RE: Use one station button to ring two?? Is this possible?

Put her two stations in an all ring hunt group and program a flex button on your phone for the hunt group. Don't use hunt group 450, it is by default fot voicemail.

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