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enable Time of Day display by default

enable Time of Day display by default

enable Time of Day display by default

I have an IPO that I've recently upgraded to 2.1(24).  I would like some 44xx phone displays to have Time of Day on by default.  Obviously, I can assign a Time of Day button and users can turn it on manually, but is there a way to turn this on for them automatically either through a short code or an internal button?  Thanks for your help.

RE: enable Time of Day display by default

Press the Menu button on the top right corner of the display, then the right arrow button until you see TmDay appear above one of the softkeys, and press it.


RE: enable Time of Day display by default

Hello -

Is there a way to show the Time Of Day on a 4406 set, which doesn't have a menu button?


RE: enable Time of Day display by default

plug in a 4412, switch on time of day and then reconnect the 4406.

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