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Old 10-17-2014, 06:30 AM
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Default Change "Number Busy" text on phone display when calling logged out user

We have an IP-Office IP500V2 (8.1 (73)) in our company with a mix of 1603/1608/1616/9608 phones.

When I try to call to call a colleague that is logged out of his phone and not in the office anymore my phone displays "Number busy". That's little bit misleading since I expect him to be in a call.

Is there a possibility to change the "Number busy" text to "User logged out" or something like that? Or are there any other solutions to solve this problem?

Thank you in advance!
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