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Call to Prime Set - Caller ID Display

Call to Prime Set - Caller ID Display

Call to Prime Set - Caller ID Display

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One set in my system is used as a Prime Set for physical line.

When this line rings, the phone displays 'LINE24 to Prime' and rings the set.

Is there any way to display the incoming number or name when a call is routed to the prime set, instead of the Line name??

If I type F811, I can see CID the info is present in the background.

Hoping there is a way to say "[incoming # or name] to Prime"

Thanks for all your help,
DK

RE: Call to Prime Set - Caller ID Display

It would be better to make the Prime Line none and make the lines Appear and Rings at that set instead then it should do what you want.

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