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Macro Execution Process
Below you find a description of the process based on an example key to which the command sequence HZ300CW2Z#22#Lg has been assigned:
Command Z300: When you press the macro key, phone number 300 (e.g. answering machine) is entered in the dial preparation.
Command H: The telephone dials the phone number from the dial preparation and switches to hands-free calling.
Command C: The telephone waits for the connection.
Command W2: After the connection has been established, the telephone waits another 2 seconds.
Command Z#22#: The telephone dials the DTMF code #22#.
Command Lg: The LED next to the function key switches on (green).
Important: The state of the LED remains the same after a macro is executed – until the next time the command Lo, Lg, Lr or Ly is executed with the same key. If the LED is not to be used for status indication, we recommend you add the command Lo (disable LED) to the end of a macro.
If you want to stop running the macro, press the hook key.
The macro stops running immediately when an incoming call is made to a destination that is busy or when a connection returns that it is busy. This occurs, for instance, when the other calling party ends the call or the macro contains a programming code that is not authorised.

COMfortel 1400 IP/2600 IP/3600 IP - Firmware V2.8 - Advanced Information V08 12/2020