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NBX-100: record auto-attendant without NBXSet

NBX-100: record auto-attendant without NBXSet

NBX-100: record auto-attendant without NBXSet

On an NBX-100, is there a way for the user to record and select an auto attendant strictly from the handset?  Seems like this should be possible.


RE: NBX-100: record auto-attendant without NBXSet

Is possible import recorded file into NBX without use the phone . It's mandatory only configure the extension number but it is not used realy .

RE: NBX-100: record auto-attendant without NBXSet

Thanks donbru01,
I guess I didn't ask this question a specifically as I could have.  On other PBX's I've worked on, Avaya and Panasonic, the user was able to record and choose an auto-attendant purely with the handset.  This is possible because mainly because it's the only option (for non-admins) , there is no web-interface to work on.  I have users on a few sites (some NBX-100 sone NBX-V3000) that all want control over their auto attendants without having to go through me.  I can't blame them.  I'm wondering if this is possible or is it case of proprietary ivory tower BS, if you know what I mean.



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