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V 2.1 7 Removing Login extention number and user details

V 2.1 7 Removing Login extention number and user details

V 2.1 7 Removing Login extention number and user details

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I've recently installed PhoneManager version 2.17 on a user's machine, and mistakenly entered his extention number twice during the initial installation.

The first time was when the first screen presented itself asking for the name / ip address of the PBX, and the user and extention number. The second instance was when the setup routine requested if I wanted to enter an extention number for the user to logon to, thus turning him, in to what I assume to be an agent. I understand from what I have read that this option should obly be completed if the user does not have a fixed desk and phone extention.

How do I remove the setting, I have tried to remove and reinstall the software to no avail.

Thanx Susie

RE: V 2.1 7 Removing Login extention number and user details

Select Configuration | PBX and click on Login. Deselect the Login check box.

If doing this logs the user out of their normal extension dial *36.

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