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SoftSwitch User and Anon Phones

SoftSwitch User and Anon Phones

SoftSwitch User and Anon Phones

Does anyone know how a SoftSwitch User can log onto an anonymous phone (extension)

I have two users that will share the same work area (1 morning) and (1 afternoon) my understanding is that I can set them up with the SoftSwitch as there port and create the phone as an anonymous phone. Then when each user sits at the extension then can assume the anonymous phone as the users home extension while the are at work.

Steve Bowman
Independent Technology, Inc.

RE: SoftSwitch User and Anon Phones

Call into voicemail either with the voicemail button or pressing #.  If there is someone logged into the phone already then press # again.  At this point voicemail will ask for extension.  Enter it and then the system will ask for password pluss #.  After getting logged into voicemail option 7 is options then 3 is assign extension to the phone.  1 is assign and 2 is unassign.  I could have it a little off but it is options 731 to assign and 732 to unassign.

RE: SoftSwitch User and Anon Phones

That works great, Thank You

Steve Bowman
Independent Technology, Inc.

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