Feature Code quick guide

Feature Code quick guide

The attached guide covers the most commonly-used PBX feature codes and how to use them from an IP phone keypad.


Since the default feature codes on Protel-LTS can be modified by the PBX administrator, this guide may not be accurate for all users.  Please contact us to request an editable version of this document. 

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