Chapter 3. Attendant Features
Attendant Busy Override
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Enter the Speed Dial code (00-89 or 000-199).
"Enter SSD XX" appears on the display (where "XX' is the System
Speed Dial code).
5. To select pooled trunk access, press CONF followed by the last digit of
the pooled trunk number (9, 1-6).
6. Dial the telephone number to be stored.
For each pause required, press REDIAL. (An R appears on the display
when REDIAL is pressed . If the Speed Dial number is later displayed, a
The number appears on the display.
Press the HOLD key.
"SSD XX" (where "XX" is the Speed Dial code) and the stored telephone
number appear on the display.
Repeat steps 2 to 7 to store additional numbers.
Storing a new number.erases any previously stored data.
To delete a System Speed Dial number, perform the programming steps,
but do not enter a number before pressing HOLD.
Names for System Speed Dialing can also be stored using a DSS console
connected to the attendant phone.
The Attendant Busy Override feature allows the attendant to break in on an
Intercom Call or a CO Call that is already in progress.
Attendant Busy Override can break into any extension, even if the extension
has "Busy Overridden" turned off. (The extension feature "Busy Override"
cannot break into an extension that has "Busy Overridden" turned off.)
System programming determines whether the override is preceded by an alert
tone. By default, Attendant Override does not sound an alert tone.
DBS Manual - Issued 8/l/95
Section 700 - Operation