Editing Exchange Line Telephone Numbers
In this tutorial we will show you how to manipulate your exchange line numbers and the code books within the list. Setting up the various costing for your all your trunk lines will provide you with the ability to get your costing accurate. You can also set up toll free tables for inter-branch calls.
Adding Exchange Line
- Go to “Edit” in the top menu, select “Edit Exchange Line Telephone Numbers”
- You will have a few options available – Add, Edit and Delete.
- Once you select “Add”, you will be required to insert the new exchange line number, as well as choose how many exchange line numbers you would like to add. Click on “Ok” to finish adding the new exchange line(s), please ensure you click the “Save” button that is below the “Add” button.
Editing Exchange Line Names
- Once you have added the new Exchange Line, you can click in the “Telephone Number” field next to the Line/Port number, the block will highlight and this is where you can insert a name/number for the Exchange Line. Please ensure you click the “Save” button that is below the “Add” button.
Editing The Code Book Associated With The Exchange Line
- Once you have created your new Trunk/Exchange Line, you will need to select the appropriate code book to ensure accurate costing. In the image above you will notice there is a list of 10 code books to choose from. Once you have selected the correct code book for that trunk/exchange line, click the “Save” button located under the “Add” button.
*If the code book you require is not in the list of 10, we will show you in the next section below, how to import a code book.
Import Your Required Code Book
- In order to import a new code book so it appears in the drop down menu in your code book selection, you will need to go to “Settings” and select “Code Book Importer”.
- Once you have selected “Code Book Importer” you will get a message to inform you that once you have imported your desired code book.
- When you click “Ok” to the information message, the Code Book Importer application will launch. There is a button at the top that you can “Select Code Book”
- When you click “Select Code Book”, a folder browser will open and you can expand the “CodeBook Import” folder which will list all the code books you can import. Select your desired code book and click “Ok”.
- You will then need to select which number (slot) you would like to import the code book into, in this example, I have selected “Code Book 6”. You can then go ahead and click the big button at the bottom “>>Import the Selected Code Book>>”
- Depending on which code book you have selected, you may be prompted to run the XY.exe application, go ahead and click “Ok”
- You can then insert your dialing code in the top block, and your main landline number in the bottom block. Once you have inserted those details, click the button “Build Code Book”.
*Make sure Prime Net Tables is NOT selected
- Due to a code book already existing, you will get a notification to let you know that proceeding with this step will overwrite the existing code book. Go ahead and click “Yes”.
- You will get a confirmation message to let you know the code book was built ok. Click the “Ok” button.
- You will get the option to import additional code books, you can chose “Yes” if you would like to do import another one or select “No” if you are finished importing code books.
- You can now go ahead and click “Close”.
- You will be asked if the XY.exe ran Ok, if you are happy with all the steps covered as per this tutorial, please select “Yes”.
- Finally, you will be notified of the amount of successful files copied, click “Ok”. You can the click “Close” on the Code Book Importer application.
- You have now successfully imported your desired code book, you can now select it from the drop down menu. In step number 10, we selected slot 6, which means our newly imported code book will be in position 6 in the drop down menu. Once you have selected it, click “Save”