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DBS 576 r5.2 extension group

DBS 576 r5.2 extension group

DBS 576 r5.2 extension group

I administer a Panasonic DBS 576 R5.2 and need to add an analog cordless phone to a group of phones that ring on incoming calls to a DID(PRI). I see in the table that it is directed to an extension 6008 which I assumed was an extension group pilot number but I only see the voicemail group (6000) if I do a CONF90 to check ext 6008 I get 0192 - my voicemail card is in cabinet 1 slot 9. Could that 6008 be an ACD?

RE: DBS 576 r5.2 extension group

OK - finally remembered how to use virtual extensions on this system. Assigned *9XXX to function key and set ringing, so easy!

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