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I can't delete a station
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I can't delete a station

I can't delete a station

(OP)
Hi all (again),

I am trying to delete a station. Here is what I have done:

Rem st 5992
Pressed Enter

Then I get the message:
Message(s) waiting; please delete message(s) first.

Any ideas???

RE: I can't delete a station

2
Hi,

You need to do "clear amw all xxxxx" (where xxxx is the extension). This will clear all messages and allow you to delete the station.

Hope this helps,

Chris

RE: I can't delete a station

(OP)
Thanks for the help, much appreciated mate.

RE: I can't delete a station

You should first delete the user and messages in Audix first. To do this key in 'rem sub xxxx'  

RE: I can't delete a station

Stug is right, you can't delete extensions with messages waiting in Audix. Delete the Audix association with the extension then the extension it self. This should work.

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