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XTS - Conference parked calls

XTS - Conference parked calls

XTS - Conference parked calls

(OP)
If it is possible, what would be the sequence to connect two outside parked calls in conference at a DSS? The manual just doesn't seem clear on this.

RE: XTS - Conference parked calls

the "confrence" could be handeled just a a transfer. pick up call 1 press transfer and pickup call 2.

sorry to say going from memory here it has been a while since I worked vodavi.  

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Hill?? What hill??  
I didn't see any $%@#(*$ Hill!!
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JerryReeve
Communication Systems Int'l
com-sys.com

 

RE: XTS - Conference parked calls

Same here, been quite some time since I worked indepth with Vodavi.  But if I remember right you pull the first call out of Park, press Conf, then hit the DSS button from the 2nd call park button and hit Conf 2x and it should connect you with the other 2.

soooooo;

Park 1 on DSS

Conf

Park 2 on DSS

Conf

Conf

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Dallas, Texas
Telecommunications Tech
CCVP, CCNA, Net+

CCNP in the works

RE: XTS - Conference parked calls

(OP)
Much appreciated folks.. we'll give that a shot!

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