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That is not a normal way to report spam. In fact, it's utterly bizarre. The generally accepted way to report spam is through the abuse@ email contact of the owner of the IP address which sent the email to you. In the case of email you sent through a firm in Berlin, such email would be directed either to them, or to their Internet service provider or ...


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Definitely not a common way to respond. I'd likely just ignore it, if it weren't easy to validate.


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I actually use these exact phones in my office. The phone is patched directly back to the PBX, and phone settings such as ext and name are configured at the PBX port level. You will need to locate the patch panel port that your phone is plugged into, and patch into the same port on your PBX when you swap it to retain the ext and what not.


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This is a common problem with old phone devices (your modem) and newer telephone company hardware: the type of hardware provided by the telephone company doesn't provide enough ringing voltage for the modem to recognize an incoming call. But first things first, if you haven't tried the working fax machine on that same phone line that the modem is connected ...


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That unit is a an Automatic Call Distribution system, the robot that prompts you to enter a number when you call in, to route your call to a specific person. Here is the manual. Manual I believe you will need to connect to the gateway to gain access to it. I have not worked on Avaya equipment in over 7 years but will try to help if you can review this doc ...


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Without documentation this will be pretty hard. Have you tried asking Avaya for support? Is that a PBX? You've identified a network port? Was it connected? Find out the device's MAC address. Check the switch MAC table on the port it's connected to. Find out the IP address that's used with the MAC. If a ping/ARP scan doesn't give a clue - it's possible that ...


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It's been awhile since I've done a phone move but if this is a digital keyset then it usually follows that the output from the PBX for this keyset/extension is patched to a patch panel that feeds a particular wall jack. When moving the keyset to another wall jack you usually need to move the patch cable for that keyset to the new wall jack.


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Typically m/a/c to phones like registering/unregistering etc. can be done through the PBX admin interfaces themselves. Most phones also allow you to enter "codes" on the phones for manual registration/de-registration if you choose to do so. It's probably unlikely that you'll get a lot of telecom help here, so I'm posting this as possibilities from my ...


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Got onto IT. For prosperity: Pick up the handset and dial #05. Then it will ask for a password, if your IT dept didn't change it, it's still 0000. Then you can hang up. To hook on the new phone (or a different number on the same phone) pick up the handset, dail your extension number and then type in the same admin password (0000 default). Note of ...


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