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9.1 H. 323 9608 Central Time

9.1 H. 323 9608 Central Time

9.1 H. 323 9608 Central Time

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I read that as of 9.1 it's possible to have remote h323 handsets automatically adjust the time for their specific time zone. I'm unable to find the instructions to do that in the help files. Does anyone have the instructions to do this for central time? Thanks

RE: 9.1 H. 323 9608 Central Time

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I found it. Maybe this will help somebody else.

I first created a location called it central Time and then I went under the extension and it gives a location option. Enter that in saved it and it updated it automatically to Central time.

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