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inter-tel glx

inter-tel glx

inter-tel glx

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i have a glx in the field running. lost power and the system lost programming. cmos battery is dead due to its age.. installed a new battery did system initalize. station 10 cannot answer an outside call by simply picking up the handset. i must select the ringing line button first... the site states that it has always been able to just lift the handset to answer. if i dial #33 will it turn station option 2 and off? is privacy the cause of the issue? any ideas would help... its was made between 1985 and 1988

RE: inter-tel glx

Yes there are still some who knows those system still in that forum.

I do not know the system but a quick read on both GLX and GLX plus, they both indicate you must press the key for incoming lines.
GLX Owners Guide
However Intercom calls can be answered by just lifting the handset or HF mode, so is it possible that Auto Attendant was answering then directs the calls to a set/s which would then mean it acts like an Intercom call (voicemail transferring a call)?



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