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2050 BLF's

2050 BLF's

2050 BLF's

I have a doubt about BLF's in 2050 handsets. Is it posible that I configure the DSS keys that are in a side of the lamps for use as a park slot?
I mean that I park a call in first slot and the light react and then I answer a second call and park in slot two and thus until 4 slots because I have 4 lines, and then I can recover the communication with these calls when I press the DSS key.
Please, anyone know if is it posible?How can I do it?

Thanks in advance

RE: 2050 BLF's

If I'm understanding what you're wanting to do, you would just make the action "Call Park" then the telephone number range from 1-4.  You then could park the call in each button and pick it back back up by pressing that button again.

RE: 2050 BLF's

on the handset press the program button, press the key you want to program "ie soft key 1" enter password "0000"
enter 1,2,3 or 4 for your park destination " to make soft key 1 park slot 1" and then press done. repeat for other keys..

job done

RE: 2050 BLF's

when programing on the handset the park bay can be any number (provided it is not already inse as a user or group)

the lamp will light on all phones using the same park bay numbers, so diferent groups of phones can be programmed with diferent numbers if req.

RE: 2050 BLF's

...and for your next trick, its doesn't even have to be a number - using Phone Manager and SoftConsole you can have named park slots for a little extra privacy between the users.

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