Redial automatically saves the last number dialed from an extension and allows the user to call the number again without manually redialing. The number is saved even if the called party answers.
The number saved is any extension or telephone number dialed in any of the following ways:
- Manually dialing the complete number on the dialpad.
- Dialing the number using a Personal Speed Dial code.
- Dialing a number using a programmed outside Auto Dial button.
- Dialing a number using a programmed Saved Number Dial button.
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Each time a user dials a new number using any of these methods, the old number saved for Redial is erased and replaced with the new number.
Only one Redial button can be programmed on each multiline telephone.
A maximum of 16 digits is saved by Redial.
Because the type of line button used to make the call (Personal Line, SA, or ICOM) is not stored, the user must select the appropriate line button before using Redial to redial a number.
Redial saves whatever you dial, whether or not the number is valid.
If the user dials a telephone number and, after the call is connected, the user dials additional digits, such as an account number or password, Redial saves all digits, including those dialed after the call is connected. In addition, if someone other than the owner of a display telephone presses the Redial button, all dialed digits are shown on the display, including confidential information such as passwords or account codes.
For assistance with this feature call to speak with one of our technicians 800-429-0077
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