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seperate line to group on acs partner

seperate line to group on acs partner

seperate line to group on acs partner

(OP)
hi, i have the partner acs 509 system, i try to setup line 1 call group 1 (ext.13, ext.14), line 2 call group 2 (ext.15, ext.16)
i can set no ring but it still able to pick up on seperate group. i want to seperate so that if line 2 calling only group 2 can pickup and hangle the call, thanks

RE: seperate line to group on acs partner

Could line #2 simply be removed from ext 13 & ext 14 and line #1 be removed from ext 15 & ext 16 ponder

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RE: seperate line to group on acs partner

(OP)
you mean set on ext 13 and 14 set line #2 to no ring and on ext 15 and 16 set line #1 to no ring

RE: seperate line to group on acs partner

That could be another option. I was thinking along the lines of removing line #1 completely from x15 & 16...and...remove line #2 completely from x13 & 14. ponder

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