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Aura CM outgoing line preference

Aura CM outgoing line preference

Aura CM outgoing line preference

I'm stumped. On our J179's with Bridged line appearances, once you answer a bridged appearance, that becomes your default line for calling out next time you pick up the handset unless you select your main line appearance first. This seems to be a major issue for many. Is there a way to make it so every time you disconnect, whether it be from a bridged line or a primary line that it grabs only the primary line appearance? My eyes are tired from reading the guide and all I've found is what I already know about the ringing preferences...

RE: Aura CM outgoing line preference

On page 2 of the telephone programming make sure that Select Last Used Appearance is set to N.

RE: Aura CM outgoing line preference

That option does not appear on the phone. So I am assuming its an option in CM that I am missing somewhere. I will run through the station programming again and see if I'm missing something but I believe I would have seen that option and unchecked it. Thank you

RE: Aura CM outgoing line preference

It appears this may not be a SIP CM option unfortunately

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