When phones on the 3.3 system get a call accross the trunk, line 1 is used. when a second call from the trunk comes in, that call also goes to line 1. It does not roll over to line 2. If a call comes in to the 3.3 phone from the trunk, it goes to line 1, if a second call comes locally on the 3.3, it rolls to line 2. When 2 calls come in locally (not from trunk) line 1 and line 2 are used. Why will second calls from the trunk roll to line 2?
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