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setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

(OP)
when a call comes into mailboxes messages need to go to another mailboxes. how do i set this up?

RE: setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

What type of system 250, 350 200 ?

And does it have networking turned on ?

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"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

RE: setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

Since you posted you last question about 0ctel 200 software 4.0.0.2 (the Serenade), I guess your question deals with the same product.

I f a greeting is given in one mailbox and the message should be left (i.e. recoded) in another mailbox, do like this:

To the mailbox that should give the greeting:
1.
Add attribute #27 to its COS
2.
Modify the INFO table in index 18 (after greeting plays go to next (= the message taking mailbox) mailbox).
3.
Make shure that message taking mailbox ca take a message!

Tried to post this through an IPAD (safari browser), BUT it did not work!

///doktor
____________________________________
http://www.kandu.dk/spg153996.aspx

RE: setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

(OP)
Is there some thing i am doing wrong can't get this to work. set it up to the direction below





when a call comes into mailboxes messages need to go to another mailboxes. how do i set this up?





I f a greeting is given in one mailbox and the message should be left (i.e. recoded) in another mailbox, do like this:

To the mailbox that should give the greeting:
1.
Add attribute #27 to its COS
2.
Modify the INFO table in index 18 (after greeting plays go to next (= the message taking mailbox) mailbox).
3.
Make shure that message taking mailbox ca take a message!

Tried to post this through an IPAD (safari browser), BUT it did not work!
///doktorsome thing i am missing did the step on this tread and the and message still don't

RE: setting up a mail box for messages to go to another mail box

"After greeting plays go to next mailbox" means that there need to exist a message in the first mailbox.
If e.g. Mailbox A is the first mailbox, and the caller should be "tranferred" to the next mailbox B, then a greeting must be recorded in mailbox A (at least).

So:
To the mailbox that should give the greeting: (mailbox A)
1.
Add attribute #27 to its COS (mailbox A)
2.
Modify the INFO table in index 18(mailbox A) (after greeting plays go to next (= the message taking mailbox) mailbox B).
3.
Make shure that message taking mailbox can take a message! (mailbox B).

Mailbox B should accept messages.

///doktor
____________________________________
http://www.kandu.dk/spg153996.aspx

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