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MICS 7.0 - 911 programming

MICS 7.0 - 911 programming

MICS 7.0 - 911 programming

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Someone, once upon a time, reset the Pri pool outdial digit from 9 to 8 because the customer was making accidental 91 calls.
I was asked to program system to allow 911 without the 8 prefix to comply with current laws.

Help. I have not worked on a MICS since DR5, and I am clueless where to start.

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Phonefixers

RE: MICS 7.0 - 911 programming

There is hardly any difference between 5.0 and 7.0

This was just asked... https://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=180336...

You can click the search button near the top to search issues, also the FAQ's button will have a lot of answers for issues.


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