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Nortel BCM50 Main phones

Nortel BCM50 Main phones

Nortel BCM50 Main phones

What is the best way to identify the main phone lines in a group on in the BCM?

RE: Nortel BCM50 Main phones

Look at your invoice to see what lines are in what groups.
or if all lines are at reception put line 1 on hold, call in and see if it rolls to line 2 and if so put lines 2 on hold as well and keep doing that until you get a busy signal or a mailbox that the carrier supplies/controls.


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