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Option 11C Basic commands

Option 11C Basic commands

Option 11C Basic commands

(OP)
Hi Friends,

I'm just begin trying to do simple programing on Meridian 11C PABX, I tried to start with the PABX manuals, but they are no friendly, and i Can't find basic examples to start, and I don't have budget to buy any windows software, so I'll appreciate very much someone could send me examples to do the following basic tasks:

1.- Create an Extention.
2.- Create a Hunt group, and make an extesion member of this group.
3.- Enable (or disable) jump when busy or not answer.
4.- Change the display name of an extention.
5.- Create an mantain an ACD group.

Any other help or hint is wellcome, thanks

Alfredo Frugone

RE: Option 11C Basic commands

(OP)
OK, thanks

Besides I urgently need to change the call forward when busy o not answer, could anybody sho me an example of how enable, disable or modify call forwarding whe busy o not answer.

Thanks

Alfredo Frugone

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