Partner phone systems have been around for a long time and were made under first at&t and then later under Avaya. These phone systems are plentiful and still handle many companies' communications throughout the world. We have listed below some of the ACS guides as well as the Partner II and the Partner Mail. Additionally, you'll find the Partner Messaging 7.0 Unified Messaging Application software.
The popular Avaya Partner 18D phone and the Avaya Partner 18D series II phones are similar with no difference. And if your wondering about the Avaya Euro 18d phone the name doesn't mean it has to be used in Europe. The Series II Partner 18D telephone was manufactured after the Partner Euro 18D and has a more modern look, that's all. Both phones share the same overall functions and behave the same and can be interchanged on the same phone system.
R 2-0 Programming and Use
Partner ACS R 6-0 Installation Programming and Use
Partner ACS R 7 Installation Programming And Use
Partner ACS User Guide 5-0
Partner II R 3-1 Programming and Use
Partner Installation And Use
Partner Mail VS R 3 Installation and Programming
Partner Mail VS R 3 Users Guide
Partner Plus-Partner II Programming Quick Reference
Avaya and AT&T manufactured the Partner Phone System for many years. AT&T became Avaya and depending on the age of your Partner system it could say AT&T or Avaya. The guides will also say both, so an Avaya Partner's manual may have been labeled under the AT&T Partner. These older systems being replaced with many companies choosing a hosted cloud based PBX phone system, rather than an on-premise PBX. RingCentral Office Review.
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