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How to setup user programable autodial button

Posted on 2014-01-07
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Hi, we are moving from a Nortel/Avaya CS1000 to IPO Ver. 8. I have about 15 users that will be getting 9640's with button modules. ( they currently use  Nortel m3904's with button modules) we have not been able to figure out how to set up the user programmable autodial buttons like we can do on the CS1000. These guys are on the phone all day and change the buttons pretty frequently. sometimes daily !

This would be a MAJOR headache if we cant do this

Thanks for your help
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The best you will be able to accomplish is to have them dial from the 9640 contact list and teach them how to edit the contact list.  See attached.
IP Office does not support abbreviated dial button programming on the 9640 like the Avaya PBX does.
9640-qrg-en.pdf
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by:Jeff Kraus
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Are there any other phones that it is supported on?
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Look on about page 810 of the attached.  This document shows all of the compatible phones for each IP Office feature.
manager-en.pdf
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by:Jeff Kraus
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Thanks For the help !
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