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Startalk Flash Glist Question

Startalk Flash Glist Question

Startalk Flash Glist Question


Does anyone know how to use the glist feature in the startalk flash and examples of what you would it for?

How do you clear buttons on the phones, too....

Thanks for any help,
the Newbster!

RE: Startalk Flash Glist Question

OK Lets do the easy question first.  To clear a button dial Feature *1 then press the button you wish to clear then press OK (all from the 73xx phones, from a 7208 pone it is still feature * 1 then the button then press #)

Group lists on a Flash let you set a group of mailboxes into a group associated with one number such as 901; you can enter your mailbox, record a message and send it to 901 and all of the mailboxes on group 901 will get the message at the same time.  mainly useful for systems where you get people who do not want to send individual messages or just don't know how to send multi address messages

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