IP Office Essential Edition - Basic Edition Phone Admin: Ring Settings
Line Ringing Pattern
This option is new for IP Office Essential Edition - IP Office Essential Edition - Basic Edition 6.1 and higher+. It allows the ringing pattern used on a phone to be determined by the line on which the call has arrived. This feature is not supported on BST phones which only use the personal ring pattern setting.
Calls forwarded, sent to call coverage or to a hunt group will always use the line ring pattern.
Incoming calls transferred to another station ring with the assigned ring pattern followed by two transfer beeps.
Transfer returning outside calls also ring with the two transfer beeps.
Since only one audible alert can be heard at a station at one time, the ringing pattern present at that extension that has multiple lines alerting is for the line that pattern associated with the next alerting line for that extension.
The actual ring patterns vary depending on the phone type.
Calls direct to an extension will use the line ringing pattern unless the user has Override Line Ringing active.
Through IP Office Manager, ringing patterns can also be assigned for DID routes. These override the setting of the line.
At either of the first two extensions on the system, with the phone idle, press Admin.
Use the up or down arrow buttons to scroll the display to System Administration. When shown, press Select.
Use the up or down arrow buttons to scroll the display to Lines. When shown, press Select.
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