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Remote 900 codes

Remote 900 codes

Remote 900 codes

(OP)
The system will not let me program any 900 codes remotely, anyone know a way around??

Wayne T

RE: Remote 900 codes

What do you mean remotely?

Can the users on site do it using the normal F*3 method?

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RE: Remote 900 codes

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If I dial in and try to use Remote tool set the buttons won't accept any 900 codes. They will accept all other codes, just not like F981.

Wayne T

RE: Remote 900 codes

You would also have this issue when on site using Config.
I think according to the KSU 900 codes are not fully it's data base as they belong to the voice mail system.
You would need to program them in person at the set level (Feature * 3), once that is done you can then do a set copy remotely.

BCM however is more integrated with Callpilot and allows to program the vmails codes via admin programming.

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