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Call Coverage on a Vodavi Startplus STS

Call Coverage on a Vodavi Startplus STS

Call Coverage on a Vodavi Startplus STS

How can I cancel the call coverage? I know how to activate it, and have done so, but now I need to deactivate it, and I do not see anything in the manual on how to deactivate the call coverage. I have gone thru the admin programming and I do not see call coverage in admin programming. Right now I have station 103 getting call coverage from station 107, and I need that to stop. Can anyone help?

RE: Call Coverage on a Vodavi Startplus STS

It's been a long time, but I think you just erase the Call Coverage button.

To erase a flexible button:
1. Press SPEED + SPEED.
2. Press the flexible button to be erased.
3. Press FLASH, a confirmation tone will sound.
4. Press the ON/OFF button.

Jacksonville Florida Telephone Systems

RE: Call Coverage on a Vodavi Startplus STS

I agree with nfcphoneman - coverage is generally activated via a programmable button. Erase the button to eliminate the coverage. If that doesn't do it, you'll find button programming in Flash 50 (I think it's on page 2, but like nfc, it's been a long time). Just blank the button here to eliminate.

RE: Call Coverage on a Vodavi Startplus STS

Thank you very much. That worked.

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