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Settings Change During Module Replacement

Settings Change During Module Replacement

Settings Change During Module Replacement

I have a Partner ACS phone system with an R7 309 processor. It currently has 3 206E expansion modules and a voicemail module. Our company needed a few more extensions, so I tried to replace one of the 206E modules with a 308EC.

In the current system, when a call comes in, it gives 2 rings (which are set up to be silent on extension 10) and then redirects to the Automated Attendant. However, when I replaced the expansion module, it now rings, says "Your call is being connected" then rings at extension 10. None of the settings appear to have been changed. When I put the old module back in, the problem was fixed.

Has anyone seen anything like this before? Can it be fixed?

RE: Settings Change During Module Replacement

When you added stations you moved the group 7 extensions. You need to adjust group 7. #505 grp 7 unassign the first 2 extensions and assign the first 2 extension after the current group.

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RE: Settings Change During Module Replacement

When you changed the 206E to a 308EC you changed the number of extensions so your voicemail ports changed. I can't tell you what your voicemail ports are now without more information. Would need to know what modules are in what slots and what voicemail module you have.

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RE: Settings Change During Module Replacement

Ah, that makes sense. Thank you both for the quick and helpful replies.

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