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Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

(OP)
Im having trouble deleting a number that is in Lockout. The MLPFB has been deleted, but when a DIS STSV command is ran, An "OW" appears under the "CMW" option, with a shared CMW button list showing XXXX bno 14, but when the MLPFB of XXXX is pulled up, no common message box is found. How can I delete this and get this Eye sore off of my report...Any help would be greatly appreciated...Thanks!!!

RE: Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

I believe that you will have to connect the appropriate phone to the equipment number to remove the LLO condition.  This will then allow you to delete the DN.

When in LLO status, the PBX will not allow deletion of DN's or EN's.

I hope this helps you.

bflowers

RE: Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

You CAN delete stations in "lock-out."

The "OW indication under station services means the station you are trying to delete is the "owner" of a "Common Message Waiting(CMW)" mail box indicator.  

Use DIS MLCMB to show list of current CMW assignments.
Then use DEL MLPFB to delet the owner button from wherever else it is used.  Then you should be able to delete the extension - locked or not.

 

RE: Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

3408hponegod;  I've been working with the F9600 for a lot of years.  I've also been working off and on with an Altura tech who knows virtually everything about the F9600.  And yet, you taught me something valuable today.  I guess I never asked the right question.  Thank you.

bflowers

RE: Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

Glad to help, but never heard back from "mwhispaz" whether they got the station deleted.  I've been dealing with F9600s since 1988.  I thought it was (and still is)a great switch.  We only have one left in our company and it's giving me errors now that I can't figure out or resolve.  See my post here:

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1651247&page=1

RE: Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

(OP)
The station is still programmed, I've plugged the phone in, and removed all of the MLPFB from all others it still displays the "OW" condition in the CMW line.
Dis Stsv,,XXXX
 -     -     -     -     -      -     -     -     -     -
       -     -     *     -     -      -     -   OW*     -

   < SHARED CMW BUTTON LIST >

       DN---BNO     DN---BNO     DN---BNO     DN---BNO     DN---BNO

      YYYY  014
Dis mlpfb,,YYYY
00  SL     YYYY   1      01  SL     FFFF   0      02  FN      ATD
     03  FN      ATD          04  FN      ATD          05  FN      ATD
     06
     10  FN      PRG          11  FN     CFAC          12  FN      LNR
     13  FN      ATD          14                       15  FN       MW

Bitton 14 is empty...
any help would be appreciated.

RE: Trouble Deleting a Station (Fuji 9600)

Did you use the "can mw" command to elliminate any message waiting from the station?

GWNorth

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