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Re: changing of password
If you have a Panasonic voice mail system, you were given 2 passwords to mailboxes 998 and 999. 998 is the message manager's mailbox, and 999 is the System Manager's mailbox. When you call into your voice mail system, press #6*999 and enter the password + #.
It may be different, but option 6 1 1 should get you to mailbox management. Enter your mailbox and one of the options will be reset password. Eaxy, huh?
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The part your missing is pressing 9 after 99# password #. It doesn't tell you about the option (it only tells you about 5 to change the password or to transfer to another ext. press *8)
Then press 3 for greetings and so on.
The passcode for a locked phone is usually the last 4 digits of your mobile phone number unless you changed it. I'm not sure what other passwords you might have. If that doesn't work, call customer service. You may have to take it to a retail store to have them reset it, but customer service may be able to tell you how to do it. If you need a password for customer service, you may need to take photo iD to a store to prove you are the account holder to have the password changed.
You need to access the system manager mailbox to change passwords and mailboxes. this is done from dialing auto attendant than dialing 632 and entering the password for that mailbox if asked. There is a setting for change mailbox in there. Just listen to her and remember 1 always =yes and 2 always = no
Ok. You will have to find someone who has access to system manager, or has system manager rights for their mailbox.
They will then be able to select System Manager Options, then Change the Greetings. It will tell you which mode you are in, and ask you if you want to change to Holiday Mode. The responses are 1 for YES and 2 for NO. Say no to Holiday Mode, and then it will go thru Day Mode and then Night Mode, playing each one first then asking if you want to change it.
If you must call in a service order with your phone system vendor, make sure he/she not only assigns someone's box with manager access, but also creates a back-door box with manager access. This way you won't be messing with the original Manager Box. It gets expensive having NEC decipher the Manager's password if it gets changed and no one remembers it.
01 Press Function 02 Press Down button until menu "Change password" displayed -> ENTER 03 " Current password " : Press this Number "726276642" -> Enter 04 "New password" 05 0000 ENTER 06 EXIT 07 Press DIAL LOCK KEY 08 0000 ENTER 09 UNLOCK SUCCESS
This is how I did it:
1. Press the 'Program' button
2. Then dial ** (star, star)
3. Enter the password (usually 1234)
4. Press 'Next' until you get to 'Ext Name'
5. Press 'Enter'
6. You will need to know the Extension Number of you phone, when you find out enter it (eg: 104 or whatever yours is)
7. Press 'Clear' to get rid of the old name then start entering the new name via the number keys. Note: If you keep cycling through the letter on each number you can get to lowercase or uppercase letters.
8. Press 'Enter' then you are all done... pick and hang up the handset.