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Avaya Partner ASA/DXD help

Avaya Partner ASA/DXD help

Avaya Partner ASA/DXD help

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We have the old school avaya partner phone system,4.0. trying to program the asa dxd card to simply help with phone calls. i cannot find any documents on how to set it up, i found one forum that showed how to get the message recorded. but i need to know how to assign it to all of our phone lines, and to make sure it will continue to ring after recorded message, not transfer to ext 10. anyone out there able to assist?
Thanks.

RE: Avaya Partner ASA/DXD help

Assign the ASA button on Ext. 10 with #111-3-Select Button

Set the delay before ASA answers with #110-{0-9}

Set the ASA mode with #121-{1=Hold/2=Disconnect/3=Ring}

Assign the Lines to be answered by ASA with #204-{Line Number}-1

Record the ASA message from Ext. 10 with Intercom 891 and follow prompt on screen

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