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ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT

Part of my home "office"

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Just a bit of the stuff I use in the house day to day.


jeffmoss26

join:2002-07-22
Beachwood, OH

Nice partner phone :P



NJxxxJon
DSLR'er from the 56k days.
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join:2005-10-22
00000
reply to ame101

Wish i could mount screens to walls in my apartment


sk1939
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join:2010-10-23
Mclean, VA
kudos:10

No you don't, because you'd have to patch all the holes when you leave.


tomdlgns
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join:2003-03-21
Chicago, IL
kudos:1
reply to ame101

we had that same pbx system at my office and just upgraded to an avaya ip500.

what are you using the pbx for? meaning, is it live or just testing? is that wireless phone connected to the pbx system, as well?


ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT
reply to ame101

It's live and working 6 old 18d phones in the house, the cordless is tied into it as well.



jeffmoss26

join:2002-07-22
Beachwood, OH
reply to ame101

Those systems last forever.
I just installed an old one that a customer had in their house and wanted moved to their new office.


ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT
reply to ame101

I have more then a few clients that still use then, easy and cheap to find parts for and if you know the programing tricks can do more then most people need.


ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT
reply to ame101

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Here is a view from the other side. Windows 8 on a touch screen, pirate radio station oh and every office needs a pet snake.

tomdlgns
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join:2003-03-21
Chicago, IL
kudos:1
reply to ame101

they are solid, but, in my opinion, you can't compare it to the ip500 from avaya.

i am not a phone tech, just an IT admin that knows the basics of pbx systems and i have done more programming (haha, good programming) on my ip500 in 3 weeks than i have in 5 years on the partner.

having to hover over a phone and listen to prompts....no thanks.

but it is a very solid system.



joshb
Don't sweat the small stuff.
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join:2006-03-04
Calgary, AB
reply to ame101

Nice setup...

I have to ask what variety of snake do you have in the tank?

Joshb
--
Middle Age: The time between I don't care and medicare



Laffctx

join:2002-06-21
reply to ame101

I like it. Nice and clean and neat.


ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT
reply to joshb

just a red tail boa, I did have a 16" python but she died of old age at we guess 20yo.


ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT
reply to ame101

Next "upgrade" will be IP phone of some type, just as soon as I can get them cheap.



Omega
Displaced Ohioan
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join:2002-07-30
Somerset, NJ
reply to ame101

I like the set up, but it seems crowded and you lack desk space. Is this ever a problem for you?
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What smells like blue?


ame101

join:2002-05-02
Southington, CT

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I do have a bit more crap on the counter them normal, I also have a 6'X4' "L" shaped counter down here where I do most of my "work"(I repair/upgrade/computers on the side).

Oh and the snake: