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Merlin Legend Line Assignment Preferences?

Merlin Legend Line Assignment Preferences?

Merlin Legend Line Assignment Preferences?

Hi -

I've set up a Merlin Legend R7 v.11 in my home. I have a mixture of Analog, MLX, ETR, and T/R sets.

Probably like most people these days, my primary use of the system is less for outbound calling and more for internal communication, though I have a few outside lines connected to it.

I would like to set it up so that the default line is the SA - RING button on each phone. I have not been able to find this in the manual. Using WinSPM I tried the auto line select setting, hoping that pressing the buttons in order might create this outcome, but no dice.

Not sure if this is even a feature supported by the legend, but I thought I might ask here before giving up.

Thanks for any insight you might have.

RE: Merlin Legend Line Assignment Preferences?

Put the system in PBX mode, take the lines out of Pool 70, and assign them as individual lines to the phones. The ALS for a phone in pbx mode is SA-Ring, SA-Voice, SA-OO

Grab the Legend Feature Reference HERE

ALS starts on page 69 (131 of the pdf)

RE: Merlin Legend Line Assignment Preferences?

Thanks, Tommy! Hugely helpful. Going to give this a shot this weekend. I would have never thought of that. Nice workaround!

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