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Silly Question - Centrex Hookflash via SPRE on digital station

Silly Question - Centrex Hookflash via SPRE on digital station

Silly Question - Centrex Hookflash via SPRE on digital station

(OP)
Is it possible to invoke centrex hookflash via SPRE (SPRE + 96) from a digital station? I have an M2008 that I'd like to be able to do this from, but don't have any available buttons to program one as "THF". I've figured out how to use other SPREs, but not centrex hookflash (if it's even possible). Thanks!

RE: Silly Question - Centrex Hookflash via SPRE on digital station

Have you tries just doing a quick tap on the phones switchhook?. We used to do this on analogue phones to replicate the pressing of the recall button where one wasn't available.

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RE: Silly Question - Centrex Hookflash via SPRE on digital station

The Feature Guide is your friend

With analog (500/2500 type) telephones, that the Class of Service
supports THF. With Meridian 1 proprietary telephones, the feature
cannot be activated if a corresponding key is not equipped

RE: Silly Question - Centrex Hookflash via SPRE on digital station

(OP)
Thanks KCFLHRC. I did skim the feature guide but must've missed that blurb. However, it's what I expected. Thanks for the confirmation.

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