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How can you program a busy lamp buttons for users?

How can you program a busy lamp buttons for users?

How can you program a busy lamp buttons for users?

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I'm programming on a 403 IpOffice V1.4, and I can't get a button programmed that will light up when a user is on their phone.  I'm using 6400 series phones.  Any ideas?

RE: How can you program a busy lamp buttons for users?

Go to digital Telephony on the user, select function as "User" then enter the users  name surronded by speech marks in the number field

Soopa Doopa Intergalactic IP Office installation mechanic and configuration corruptor from way back.

RE: How can you program a busy lamp buttons for users?

In V1.4 you need the name surrounded by speech marks like IPAlot says.   "Name"

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Greets Peter

RE: How can you program a busy lamp buttons for users?

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Thanks guys!

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