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Toshiba Strata Forum

Toshiba Strata Forum

Toshiba Strata Forum

Hello, I am not sure if I am in the correct forum. I have a remote client that needs to disable their auto attendant for lines 1,2,3 and the docs I found did not help. Is this the correct forum? Thank you

RE: Toshiba Strata Forum

Yes correct forum, Toshiba forum was shut down due to lack of Threads started....the Allworx forum might be the next victim.

Sorry I do not know that system but people here do so stand by.


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RE: Toshiba Strata Forum

Thank you!

RE: Toshiba Strata Forum

Are you working with a DK, CIT or Ipedge Toshiba? Analog line or PRI/T1/SiP?

The basic answer is to look under trunks. Each trunk has a DIT for day, day2 and night modes. Normal system setup is to assign the voice mail as one of these and a MCG in another. With a Night button on a phone they can change where calls ring to on the fly

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