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call rings at multiple numbers ..

call rings at multiple numbers ..

call rings at multiple numbers ..

(OP)
Hello guys,

I have analogue extension 3237 and digital extension 3333, I have a telephone ringer "siren" on 3237, what I want is, when someone dials 3333, it rings on both 3333 and 3237 so that the siren on the latter goes off.

I assume that siren fits only with analogue extensions?

Thanks guys

RE: call rings at multiple numbers ..

Hi alradan1987,

what system do you have is it MD110, MXONE or something else

RE: call rings at multiple numbers ..

(OP)
Hello Zeglam,

owe have two LIMS, one is MD110 and the other MX-One.

Thanks

RE: call rings at multiple numbers ..

Use parallel ringing or a personal profile.
If you have MX-ONE 6.1 you can use a ring group so both phones rings simoultaneously.

///doktor
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