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Merlin Legend - adding new extension

Merlin Legend - adding new extension

Merlin Legend - adding new extension

Sorry if I missed an earlier post about this or if I'm missing something easy here, but I know how to renumber to swap extensions, but how do you just add a new extension in the system? For example, if you already have a port programmed as x140 but you want to program it as a completely new extension, how do you do that? Do you just follow the same steps as renumbering but add the new extension into the mix?

RE: Merlin Legend - adding new extension

It is the same process. If it doesn't let you use the ext number you want you have a dial plan conflict.

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RE: Merlin Legend - adding new extension

Thanks. I had had to do something like this a long time ago, and I was thinking it worked like that. I just couldn't seem to find anything in the manuals saying that.

RE: Merlin Legend - adding new extension

Print the Dial Plan report and you can see everything that is in use (except 800 for the QCC Queue and 9 for ARS)

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