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Messages on a SPIP320

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Messages on a SPIP320

I want to change the "Line 2" button on a SoundPoint IP320 to "Messages".  I'm running SIP 3.3.5.  All of the instructions I've read seem to refer to earlier versions.  I have a config file specified in the "CONFIG_FILES"  that's being read, and this is it:


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<!-- Application SIP Mink 09-Sep-11 12:32 -->
<!-- Created 19-09-2011 10:50 -->
       = "Messages"


The key line does not take effect.  What am I doing wrong?


Also, once I do get into the Messages menu, and press the "Connct" key, it dials my own extension.  I want it to dial *86, which is voice mail on our PBX.  How do I change that?

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Messages on a SPIP320

Hello StevenS,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

The parameter is .function.prim= and not

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Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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Occasional Advisor

Re: Messages on a SPIP320

Thank you!  If I had created that config file on an iPhone, I could have blamed it on auto-correct, but no, it was just me and my eyes.


Now, what about the 2nd issue?  (Or should I create a new thread?)  The "Messages" button now works, but when attempting to retrieve messages, it dials the phone's own extension, but voice mail on our PBX is *86.

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Occasional Advisor

Re: Messages on a SPIP320

By the way, I just found the solution to the "*86" issue in a thread.

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