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questions for tda & tde

questions for tda & tde

questions for tda & tde


I have 2 questions that I did not find her in tda or tde
1- if there was a call between an ext & co . can I executive busy override this call and cancel it as tes 824 ?
2- when you executive busy override or conference you can see on the screen conference . is there a way to see both sides of the call for example co1&ext120 like the old pbx ?
thanks for your

RE: questions for tda & tde

Thanks a lot
But I read all the feature guide under the letter E. I did not find any answer to my question
Are there other ideas

RE: questions for tda & tde

Define "cancel it".  One of us has poor reading skillz.  My FM on page 90 of the (07/04) manual gives the conditions that need to be met for Executive Busy Override.  Last time we used it, you dial the extension or press the CO, and then "3" into the busy tone.  

This is probably a different code than the TA/TES series.



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