This  provides information about programming from a PARTNER-34D telephone to MLS telephones and from an MLS-34D telephone to PARTNER telephones. In these situations, be aware that the button that you press at extension 10 or 11 (the programming extension) is likely to be in a different location than the button on the telephone to which the programming applies (the target telephone). If you are programming from a PARTNER-18D or MLS-18D telephone, the button locations are the same.
You can use the illustrations in this appendix to facilitate programming from one telephone type to the other. Figure D-1 shows the buttons on the PARTNER-34D Programming Overlay and the relative location of those buttons on each MLS telephone. Figure D-2 shows the buttons on the MLS-34D Programming Overlay and the relative location of those buttons on each PARTNER telephone. (The letters on the PARTNER-34D Overlay in Figure D-1 are printed on the Overlay. To help you program from an MLS-34D telephone, you may want to write the letters shown on the MLS-34D Overlay in Figure D-2 on your overlay.)
If you want to program features on specific buttons at target telephones, you should:
1.Look at the figure with the overlay that matches the telephone at your programming extension. 2.Find the location of the button in the picture of the target telephone.
3. Note the letter associated with that particular button. 4.Find the letter in the picture of the Programming Overlay.
5. Press that button on the programming extension.
For example, if you are using a PARTNER-34D telephone at extension 10 and you want to program Do Not Disturb on the top leftmost button of an MLS-18D telephone, refer to Figure D-1, find the top, leftmost button on the MLS-18D telephone, and press the button labeled M on the PARTNER-34D Programming Overlay.For AVAYA, NORSTAR, NEC, SAMSUNG, MITEL, PANASONIC, TOSHIBA telephone systems and voicemail call (866)206-2316 or email