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Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

New to Avaya,We have a G3..my question.. is there a command to list unused/spare extension numbers ??


RE: Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

list station port x - you will see assigned stations without ports.
list configuration station - you will see all station ports (assigned and unassigned).

And what exactly you need ?

RE: Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

Hi there,

There is no command to list unused extensions, but there is a command where you can see used extensions.......

Do a "list extension xxxx count xxx", where xxxx is the extension number and xxx the number of extensions that you want to list.

When you do a "list extension" you'll get all extensions.

Hope this helps you!


RE: Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

Thanks for the speedy replies
I used to work on Meridian where the command was simple LUDU (list unused diredctory numbers)...
just trying to get used to Definity, first impressions are that it's much easier to work with..

you will probably see me here quite often, thanks again guy's


RE: Hi New to Avaya,,my question is th

If You have DSA/ASA there is an option called 'find unused extensions'.


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