I will be glad to answer questions about your Merlin Legend and/or Magix telephone system. I also know the Partner telephone system as well. And of course the Voice Mails that these systems use.
I am a retired Tier-3 Technical Support Engineer formally employed by AVAYA, Lucent & AT&T. I was a TIER-3 Engineer on these products BEFORE they were products. Besides assisting Technicians on problems with these products, I was responsible to contact Bell Labs with product issues.
University of HARD KNOCKS, and several courses in the telephone industry. Also, I was a UNIX system administrator.
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Art, The cheapest Voice Mail option is usually the one provided by your carrier. Of course, that's limited to only one line, and may not fit your needs. I service the Merlin Legend/Magix telephone
I am afraid I don't quite have enough information to answer this question. That is, what type of circuit will this be used for? Analog Extensions, Digital Extensions or exactly what? Also, what
In fact, many FAX Machines have the ability to store Certain numbers in their own "Directory" (Speed Dial/Memory). Some Printers can also act as a FAX Machine and the "Directory" of "Speed Dials" can
I have no experience with Cordless Phones, however, there are telephone "SYSTEMS" such as the Merlin Legend, Merlin Magix and Partner Systems that I service that have the ability to be "PROGRAMMED" with
Ok, here's the deal. POWER is not the issue, DATA is. There is a way to connect a "STANDARD" Phone (like at your granny's house) to the bottom of the 18D, but that's not what you desire. You are