I'm pretty certain the MWI light came on because the user dialled the MWI-On code by accident -- his DN and the MWI-On DN differed by interchanging 2 digits. I had him dial MWI-Off and the light cleared, of course. This suggests I might want to put those codes in an unreachable Calling Search Space, but I don't know yet if that's doable -- it's research time.
I'd rather make it inaccessible from a telephone altogether, but I'm not sure how it's turned on/off yet. It would make sense that Unity impersonates the line appearance somehow; does it use the line's CSS, or is there a separate CSS defined for Unity's use? I just haven't had time to look into this yet.
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