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Greeting setup how do you set the message when people call in such as " thank you for call...if you know your parties....billing 1....

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  • aj gindi Sep 11, 2008

    tv-s50

  • aj gindi Sep 11, 2008

    tv-s50

  • aj gindi Sep 12, 2008

    we used to be able to program a greeting message from one of the phones . we lost the instructions on how to do it. We need to update the message that people get when they call the company. you know thw one that says "thank you for calling ABC company... if you know your parties exten..."

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    What voice mail is attached to the TD cabinet?



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A TVS-50 may have a custom greeting recorded. It is set up with a terminal and through the message manager's mailbox (998). We use 30 for day 60 for night, but an installer may have put it on any of the 100 boxes. It's easiest to get a TVS-50 manual, if you don't have one, let me know, and set up hyperterm and the serial port to get into the voice mail system to see how it was programmed.

Once you know how, changing the greeting is a piece of cake :-)

Carl

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro Sep 12, 2008

    You can do it from ALL of the phones or I can do it from here. If you know which mailbox the custom greeiting is located in, you get there from option 5 4.



    The problem is that I can be more specific, but if you don't have a password on the Message Manager's mailbox, EVERYONE here can change it for you.



    Send a private message if you need further help.



    Carl

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