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Topic # 111145 25-Oct-2012 15:25
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Bit of a different question, has anyone been able to use the DSS keys on the Yealink SIP-T2x phones as extra MWI's?
I know I can do it on Cisco phones but don't really want to have a lone cisco in an office of yealinks.
I just want to have two separate mailbox indicators on the DSS key. I tried just registering the two accounts to it but it always use the main MWI key rather the DSS. Is it possible?

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  Reply # 706503 25-Oct-2012 20:28
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I could test it for you but as far as I know its in the drop down box under "Voicemail" then enter the account and voicemail number.



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  Reply # 706560 25-Oct-2012 22:18
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You can set a DSS key to be a 'Voicemail' key but it is simply an access key that has the voicemail access number pre-programmed. It doesn't make them a MWI

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