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This is from the attendant user guide. Don't ask me what a Conference Bridge Extension is though.
To recording your greeting:
1. Set the Supervisor Password, if necessary.
2. Call a Conference Bridge extension.
3. When the Conference Bridge extension answers, dial the
Supervisor Password and #.
4. Press * to skip the setting verification mode.
5. Press # to change the system settings.
6. Skip the steps until the Customized Greeting option is played.
7. Follow the voice prompt and record a new Customized Greeting.
Not possible, but you can let ONE inside party do it by executive override. It's a programming option. The TDA/TDE/NCP system has a multi-party conference, but the originator has to set it up with the CONF key.
you can do as many conferences as you have phones, but one phone can have one conference at a time with 3 total parties(depending on your phone system) in the conference (so yourself and 2 other people, inside or outside of the office)
if you have a TDA/TDE/NCP phone system (blue box on the wall or in a computer rack) you can have 5 people in a single conference...
if you have a TD phone system (white box on the wall) you are limited to a 3 party conference
first you want to activate that conference facility... Then, make call to first person . In that you want to call to other person so that first person will go in hold state. second person will be active and go to option button in that you will find option named conference. If you are clicking that option ,your conference will be activated... Hope this will helps you....Thank you..
Yes you can make conferencebut before that you have to check if you have that option in your cordless,If yes then you should aslo must have permission from the Telephone Department for instruction call your telephone operator.If no option in cordless then you cant make conference.Hope i have solved your problem.
this will be threw your service provider to set up more than a 3 way calling plan
3 way should be standard service with only 3 people at time anything extra needed the service provider can set up the extra 3 waying +
on the phone handset if your just looking for in home conference calling to others just click the conference button find the handset you want to talk too or all the handsets this is conference calling
When you conference two lines or more together you get what you call line loss which makes the audio levels deteriorate. So to conference yourself and three others properly you may have to try a few different options to get the performance you want out of the conference call. Many phones/phone systems have three way calling which connects you and two others, so depending on the calls you wish to connect, an option would be to have one of your callers actively participate in the conference connection procedure. For example. You have a two line phone with a conference feature. So you call person A on one line and person B on the other, then hit the conference key. Now you have "Y" (yourself) and person A and B speaking together via the conference feature on your telephone. Now all you need is person A or B to have the same two line setup with the conference feature and they make the third call to person C and hit their conference button, now all four (Y,A,B&C) of you all talking together. If it is not possible to have one of the callers do this, you will need to have at least three phone lines and a phone that will enable you to have four way calling. However, you may want to dial 611 from your telephone, and try to get to a service rep., your local phone company may have some options for you. However, rather than investing in costly phone equipment, it might be cheaper to use a call conferencing service. They are fairly cost effective, and you basically have the three other partys call a toll free number at a specified time and you call get conferenced together for a fee. And last, you may want to research some VOIP options if all the partys have high speed connections. Good Luck