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Answer Lines "N" in F982

Answer Lines "N" in F982

Answer Lines "N" in F982

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System is a MICS 6.1. Flash 4 with 2.0 software

Is is still necessary to change "Ans Lines" in F982 to NO before making changes in the CCR tree?

RE: Answer Lines "N" in F982

To disable the Tree you need to do that in Table/X/CCR/Disable (X to re-enable)

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RE: Answer Lines "N" in F982

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That I know, but in the past I was told that I had to change F982 to Ans Lines to No as well...

RE: Answer Lines "N" in F982

Never heard of that, for the record I don't believe it since I have never had to do that before and I'm as old as you.....almost!
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RE: Answer Lines "N" in F982

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Well, if anyone should know, you would.. Thanks.

RE: Answer Lines "N" in F982

All Flash voice mails need to disable the ccr tree in the table. What I do, if you want to maintain operation while changes are being made, is copy the tree and change the copy. Then you can enable the new tree when done.

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