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Absent Text Messages

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The absent text message feature assists internal callers by displaying a message on their telephone. When another extension calls your extension, your active absent text message appears on the caller's display.

To set and clear an absent text message you need to assign the feature to a programmable button with lights. The button can then be used to activate, select and deactivate the message.

 

To Create an Absent Message Button

1.At the phone press Feature *3. Program Ext: is displayed.

2.Press the button that you want to edit or enter the button number to select the button. The current setting of the button is displayed.

3.Dial Feature 931. The current setting of the button will now be set to Absent Message.

To finish, end the call or press the bst drop Release button.

 

To Activate an Absent Text Message

1.Press the absent text message button. The first absent text message is displayed.

2.Scroll through the default messages by pressing the button beneath the word Next until the required message is displayed.

Back soon

Don't disturb

Out to lunch

Away from desk

Please Call

At lunch

Don't disturb until

With cust

Back tomorrow

On Vacation

At home

Be right back

On Holiday

Meeting

With visitors

3.Press the button beneath the word Activ  to select the message shown on the display.

4.To add additional text or edit the existing text, press More and then Edit.

5.To complete the process press the absent text message button again.

 

To Deactivate the Absent Text Message

1.Press the absent text message button.

2.Press the button beneath the word Dactiv.

3.To complete the process press the absent text message button again.

 

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Issue 5.a.-
Thursday, April 26, 2018