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"If you are calling from a T/T phone...."

"If you are calling from a T/T phone...."

"If you are calling from a T/T phone...."

(OP)
Setting up Call Pilot on a BCM 50. Recorded the Company greeting, recorded a few seconds of silence for the AA and set up CCR1.

Calling in, I hear my recorded company greeting (in French) then before it goes to CCR,I get a canned prompt "If you are calling from a T/T phone press 1 now. If you are dialing from a rotary phone, please hold...." Then it goes to CCR.

Never saw that before on a regular CP100...

How do I get rid of that?

RE: "If you are calling from a T/T phone...."

Touch Tone Gate sounds like

AA then press 1 and make it NONE

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RE: "If you are calling from a T/T phone...."

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BINGO ! Thanks

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