Chapter 4. Key Telephone Features
Multi-CO (MCO) Appearances
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FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Send
FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Receive
Beginning with CPC-B Version 5.0, users can barge into a busy Direct
Line (DL) and create a three-party conference. To barge into a busy Direct
Line, the user presses the DL key. (The DL key will be lit red.)
"Barge-in for Direct Lines" is controlled by the program settings for Busy
Override. For instance, if an extension with a DL key does not want the DL
broken into, that extension must have "Busy Override Receive" turned off.
Both extensions must belong to the same paging group (l-7). Paging group
0 does not al low override.
Barge-in for Direct Lines cannot override a DL under the following
appear on an FF key.
For example, if extension 200 wants to barge into a DL that appears on
extension 201, extension 200 cannot barge into the DL if 201 is holding a
trunk that does not appear on an FF key.
You can make and receive CO line calls using a Multi-CO (MCO) key. Each
extension can have up to 24 MC0 keys. The Attendant can have up to 24
DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95
Section 700 - Operation