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Auto Dialing

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An auto dialing button is used to store a frequently used or important number. Whenever the number needs to be dialed, pressing the button will dial the stored number.


To Use an Auto Dial Button

1.At dial tone or whenever you want to dial a number, press the programmed auto dial button.

2.The stored number is dialed.


To Create an Auto Dial - Other 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.To create an auto dial button to store an extension number press your first Intercom or Call Appearance button. For a button to store any other type of number press your second Intercom or Call Appearance button.

4.Enter the number for calls made using the button. An external number can include * and # and the following special characters:


Press to insert






Inserts a 1.5 second pause.




Send a hook-switch flash signal.




Stop dialing.

5.The current setting of the button will now be AD-I (auto dial intercom) or AD-O (auto dial other) followed by the stored number.

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



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