HI! I used to be able to pick up a call from a phone connected to the Main Unit, by dialing "40". Now it must have been deactivated somehow, because everytime I try to pick up a call by dialing the same code "40", it gives me a busy tone, and the Main Unit keeps ringing. Do you know how I can fix this? Thnx
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From one of the two main phones, typically used for the receptionist, without picking up the handset, dial Feature, 9, #, to get into time mode. Dial the hour, cursor jumps to minutes, dial the minutes, cursor might jump to seconds, then press Feature to write and exit. If you're also doing the date, after the seconds press Hold, goes into day/month/year, then press Feature to write and exit.
From ext 10 or 11: press feature 00 press left intercom twice press right intercom once enter extension number press ** then press the lines in the order you want them picked up (line 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 then the intercom ) press** press feature 00 to exit programming.
When the extension picks, it will pick up line 5. If 5 is busy, it will pick up line 4 , etc....
I believe your landline carrier just needs to have the capability of call forwarding (ie we utilize Verizon for our business). We also use the call forward feature by: picking up line, (hear dial tone) dial *72 [ then phone number you want calls to forward to, even a cell]. To discontinue: pick up line (hear dial tone) dial *73
Yep. Those are speed dial numbers. They are programmed from ext 101 or the main phone. Without picking up the handset, press PROG **1234 and dial 001 and ENTER. Dial your 3 digit speed dial number If there is something there, it will be displayed. A speed dial number is stored with the trunk access code in it (usually 9) so if you're putting in a new number, include the "9" plus the number exactly the way you dial it. Dial your new number with the access code and press ENTER.
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You can keep putting in a whole boatload of new numbers with this procedure.
You are on the right track but the extension number is not " 0 ". There is an extension number associated with the operator phone just as your phone may be " Extension 101". If you have a display phone have the operator call you and look at your display for her/his extension number then when their phone is ringing, pick up your handset, dial 4 plus the extension number of the operator. Let me know how it works out. .....Mitelmike
Do you have an Answering Machine?
If yes then the Rings to answer on the Fax should be more than the rings to answer on the Answering machine.
Press the Setup button on the Printer and then go to Basic Fax setup and you will get the Rings to Answer option there.
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Just for our knowledge base, in case anyone else has this problem - it turned out to be a short in the phone line. When picking up the handset connected to the fax machine, there was no dial tone. When connecting the fax machine to another phone line, the dial tone returned. After swapping out the phone cord between the wall and the fax machine to be sure that wasn't the problem, Jriedel is now talking to the phone company about it.