(CPC-A II Version 6.1 or higher and CPC-B Version 6.1 or higher)
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In CPC-A 3.1 and CPC-B Versions prior to 5.0, callers could hear the tones
as the ID code was transmitted to the voice mail system. Beginning with
CPC-A Version 3.3, CPC-AI1 and CPC-B Version 5.0, external callers do
not hear the tones.
The Extension Copy program (FF9 2# 1 - 144# 1 - 144##) should not be
used to copy extension settings that include a Call Forward ID Code.
Copying extension settings in this manner allows the copy "destination" to
retrieve the messages of the copy "source." For example, if you copy
extension settings from extension 200 to extension 300, extension 300 can
retrieve 200's messages. Extension 300 can retrieve 200's messages
because the Call Forward ID Code for 200 is also assigned to 300.
A properly equipped DBS supports Caller ID (CID), a service offered by the
network telephone service provider. The CO sends calling number
information to the DBS after the first ring. Users who have display telephones
can see CID information as incoming calls ring at their extension and can
have access to previous calls via the Caller ID Call Log feature. The CID
number is recorded in SMDR.
FF2 (Trunk): Trunk Type
Loop-start trunk card (VB-435 11A)
Caller ID circuit card (VB-435 11)
MFR card (for Caller ID Auto DISA)
DBS Manual- issued 8/l/95