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number of rings at reception

number of rings at reception

number of rings at reception

(OP)
I have a Norstar MICS 7.1 with CallPilot 150 mini. When people dial our main number, the call rings at reception. If the receptionist does not pick up, it rings about 7 times before the caller gets a voice menu. How can I change the number of rings they have to wait for?

Thanks,
Jim

RE: number of rings at reception

From F983
Change the AA/Lines/Line #/Press middle soft key until you see Rings
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RE: number of rings at reception

(OP)
When I do that it says 2 rings. But callers have to listen to 7 rings before the AA kicks in. What are the other 5 rings coming from?

Jim

RE: number of rings at reception

Also check the FNA ring setting of the recept. set.

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