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Line pick up

Line pick up

Line pick up

(OP)
Quick question.

Does a line have to be parked to be picked up from any phone extension like a analog phone. While looking around in the manual I was unable to find anything about picking up a line that was ringing or placed on hold. For an example the analog phone extension would pick up a ringing line or a line that was placed on hold since the extension is not programmed to ring for incoming lines.

Thanks

RE: Line pick up

Since Analog phones do not have line appearance or any other button programming then yes it has to be parked if it was answered.
As for when it's ringing just answer the phone like normal given you have programmed it's DN to ring.

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RE: Line pick up

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Thanks Curly Cord/

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