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centrex compatability

centrex compatability

centrex compatability

on a kxtd 816 are there any problems using centrex lines from ma bell? problems, do's or don'ts?

RE: centrex compatability

Centrex lines are the same as regular lines, except they have extra features enabled. Worst case scenario: you have to dial an extra 9 to dial a regular local or long distance number.

RE: centrex compatability

what features are you trying to gain with the use of centrex ?

RE: centrex compatability

I havent gotten to features, just wanted to make sure there was no "not supported" issues thanks

RE: centrex compatability

if there are no features you particularly  want from centrex you may want to consider that most of the customers I have with centrex complain about having to dial 9  and if you are using line groups its dial 9 twice (first for a outside line then to access centrex)

 Im always having to explain to the users that its a co feature and not a function of my switch.

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