FAQ-1608 Call Information Is Stored In a Memory Device

Call information is stored in a Memory Device: 

As the call information is sent from the phone system for each call record, it is normally stored in a memory device designed to hold the information until it is gathered into a computer and processed so reports can be generated.  These devices are normally small devices about the size of a hard cover novel.  If you have phone systems at multiple locations, you can download the calls from each into a single computer and do company wide call accounting on a single system.

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Last Reviewed: 10/13/2017

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