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Display msg

Display msg

Display msg

(OP)
Has any one used Display msg feature?

i would try it tomorrow morning but my requirement is that if a press a programmed button, it can be display msg or any other , it should display/alert the operator that assistance/help is required in meeting room

any suggestions?

thanks in advance.

RE: Display msg

The only way I could get it to work in R9.0.2 is to create it as a short code and have the button dial the short code. As a button, Manager kept removing the " at the beginning and end of the msg, causing the button not to work on 95XX phones. It worked on 56XX with out the ". Be sure to check the Help file for the list of supported phones.

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RE: Display msg

(OP)
Hi budbyrd,

Thanks for the reply. As per help file 96xx phones are not supported, do you think we cannot use anyother feature? ?
Or anyway to display the message using vmpro??

Thanks

RE: Display msg

The 95XX isn't supported either..... that's where the dial/shortcode button does work on the 85XX and I would think it would work on 96XX. Built a short code to do the msg (example *85*N#/Dsply Msg/ N";Help in Conference Room") and made a button Dial/*85*200#
Worked like a charm.

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