Hello, I have the right codes for our voice mail but can't change the main message when someone calls our office...When I play back the main message and busy signal, it has my new recording...But when I dial afterwards, it's always the old main phone message.
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Re: Toshbita DKT-2010 main phone message
If your voicemail is a Toshiba in-skin and your main greeting is under 991 mailbox then the last message you change before getting out of programming will be the active message so listen carefully to the prompts and make sure that your new message is the active one when leaving programming. Let me know if this helps. ....Mitelmike
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call the voice mail extension or get into voicemail in any way. when you hear a voice dial * then 999 then 999997 for security code or use 997. Press 8 for admin features and reset your box. Default codes are your extension number +997 or just 997. Here are your manuals http://guides.idacomusa.com/
the night mode message that is being used is the main phone's (phone with lowest Ext. number) night mode message that was customized through it's voice mail.go on the main phone and listen to its voice mail. (voice mail ext. usually 165)continue listening until you hear some options.select the voicemail management optionthen select the change personal greeting optionthen select the after hours greeting optionhope this helps!
Your phone is fowarded to Voice Mail and do not disturb is on. Turn DND button off. If it is not the case on your phone press intercom # key 601 then hang up. Then do intercom #key 604, dial your voice mail extension numbe, r press the speed dial Select button, dial 16, press the redial button then hang up.
IF you know the password for the mailbox then log into the voicemail by dialing the Stratagy access code, after Stratagy answers dial * , then your user ID mailbox number plus #, then your security code plus #. The User Main Menu plays, press 2 to change your greeting, the Select Greeting Menu plays, press the greeting number, the Record Menu plays, press 2 to record your greeting, Record greeting, as soon as you finish press #, the Record Greeting Menu plays, press 1 to review or 2 to re-record. Press 9 to save and return to the Select Greeting Menu and 9 again to return to the User Main Menu, hang up at this point.
You are asking questions about your Toshiba phone system and the voice mail system attached. You could have one of several different Toshiba phone systems and several different voice mails.
The system has timers for things like "No answer transfer timer" and also rules for what it does at that point. (transfer to voice mail box, transfer to voice mail branch, transfer to the operator.. etc..) It can get very complicated. Most likely you are just dealing with the no answer transfer timer for your specific phone port but even just changing that can be very complicated. Many Toshiba phone systems need to be programmed from a computer using specific software. If you do not have someone in the company that knows how to make simple changes to the phone system you would need to get a phone system installation company to make the changes. Hopefully you know the company that installed the system??
No it is not. that is for dialing home, pager or whatever. the voice mail system needs to have message notification on for your extension and the code it uses. This is done by your tech. If the phone will get a message ligt when moved to an extension that it is known working, on then it is NOT the phone. It is either the phone system or the voice mail system programming.