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Old 08-31-2016, 11:09 AM
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Default 1616-I contacts button not working

When I press contacts button on our 1616-I deployed phones it shows only New and no directory entries. It seems to me that I saw somewhere in the docs it should let me choose with the arrow keys what directory I want to browse and etc. If I program feature buttons through cha station to directory, next, disp-call I can successfully browse the directory, make calls, but I want the same functionalitty via the contacts + arrows buttons. Is it really possible, or do I miss something? 46xxsettings.txt does not forbid anything, CM is 7.0.1.

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