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Re: re: storing contacts name/number
Feature redial dial 00-19 for the memory location than dial a 1 than dial 9 and the full phone number than press feature to save it. If you have softkeys at the top of the phone(display) hit sta or sys to see the number you stored than pickup the receiver or hit speaker to dial the number.
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Standard codes run from 50 to 59. Internal 1,2,3,all, external 1,2,3, all, all internal and external. That's if your codes are at default, and your system is a Pro II, Elite, or IPK. Those phones work on about 8 NEC systems.
Your system needs to have a mif-m card and kmm chip installed and all programming setup in order to scroll through the caller id. If this is all setup you can hit the directory button and than use the arrow buttons under the display to scroll. ldtsnj.com
If it is in the system speed dial directory you have to go one by one and type "Feature, Redial, bin # where it is stored (system 00~79, station 80~99), Feature". This should wipe each Speed Dial listing.
If it is in the voice mail unit you may want to go phone by phone and log into the box. You will need to redo the following:
Personal Greeting Recorded Name Spelled Name Directory Listing Security Code
All these options are listed in each mailbox through a series of soft keys. Let me know if you need more info.
Do you mean check your v/m for your extension from somewhere other than your office by calling in?
If so, it would depend on how calls are answered at your office. If someone answers, have them transfer you to the ext number for VM. If you have an auto-attendant, or a DID directed to your extension, call and wait 'til VM answers.
Assuming the default settings are in place, dial "9" + your ext number, then your security code if you have one.