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SSA Progamming

SSA Progamming

SSA Progamming

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Is there an easy way to understanding how to program SSA buttons.  I need to have a secretary able to answer the phone for her boss.  The boss' phone was programmed for SSA to a different extension so I need to change that to the new secretary's line. HELP!!

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RE: SSA Progamming

SSA is a "copy" fo the system access for the originating (base) phone. when programing the SSA button you must be in Cntr-Prog, (console or SPM) for the Extn that you are putting the SSA buttons on. IE.the Boss is X-105, Sec. is X-120. Go into Cntr-Prog for X-120. Find the "2" buttons that you want to program "BLANK" and use the code *17. It will ask you for the position #01-10. This relates to the buttons on the X-105. Sence you can only put SA buttons on first 10 buttons of a phn, it relates to them( starting from the bottom left and counting up. You will want to put a SSA button on the X-120 for every button EXCEPT the SA-OO button. since this is an outgoing button only it will never ring. Also remember that if the Boss's Phn doesn't ring, because of DND, the SSA buttons won't ring either.

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