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NEC2400 Hunt Groups - IMXMAT

NEC2400 Hunt Groups - IMXMAT

NEC2400 Hunt Groups - IMXMAT

(OP)
I need to change the extensions in a hunt group ...I have the manuals (NEC2400)and the software installed OK, but do not have a clue where to begin looking.

How to I "get" an exisiting hunt group- to at least view the members?

Any help - directions - suggestions - are most welcome.

RE: NEC2400 Hunt Groups - IMXMAT

If you know an extension in the hunt group you can do a DSTN and the keys below will allow you to see what kind of hunt group it is in, but also what the other extensions are.
Circular, Pilot UCD
 
LSHC , LSHP , LSHU  will list out extensions in all hunt groups , depending on what is assigned

Warning make sure you know all the extensions in the hunt group , If you delete a group , you will not be able to see what was in programming.


RE: NEC2400 Hunt Groups - IMXMAT

(OP)
Thank you so much for the direction ... with your help I can get about 6 nursing staff off my back      I will use your info and the manuals to get this working - and credit will be given to your help!  Thanks again.

Chuck

RE: NEC2400 Hunt Groups - IMXMAT

No thanks needed   just doing my part to help

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