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Avaya IP Office

Avaya IP Office

Avaya IP Office

Is there a way to disable the internal paging tones before you intercom or page a specific telephone?

RE: Avaya IP Office

Not that I am aware of. It is an internal tone that is used for everything from joining a conference to the default 'Tone' if you donn't have MOH.

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RE: Avaya IP Office

I have done something like this years ago.. I created a panic button on a phone, that if a user pressed it, it would do a silent page to a group of security officers, and the threat on site would not be aware of the page.

I do remember going into the vmpro sound directory, locating the wav file and replacing it with a silent wav fie.. I just can't recall the exact process.

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