Question about Panasonic KX-T7431 Corded Phone
Ring off is displayed and all calls go directly into my voicemail.
Please try this, While idle and on the hook, press the mode button 5 times, rotate the Jog Dial (the round circle button/pad) in the desired direction.
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since you did not mension the phone system type I am assuming it is a Digital like the KX-TD500. You can transfer direct to voicemail if you have a VT ( Voicemail Transfer ) button on your phone. When you want to transfer the party you are talking to, press VT and dial the extension/mailbox number you wish to transfer the call to and hang up to complete the transfer. If you do not have a VT key you can program one of your flexable buttons as a VT key by pressing your PROGRAM button, dial 9 9, press the button to be programmed, dial 8 and the voicemail extension number, press AUTO DIAL/STORE and then press PROGRAM to exit station programming. Good Luck. ....Mike
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: Calls go directly to voicemail
You have a FWD/DND button on the top of the phone. Press it and read your display. One of the choices is FWD with a destination displayed, one is DND, and one is Fwd/DND Off :-)
If you don't have DND set, it will only toggle 2 actions.
You can change the time/destination by using the *7104 xxx # where xxx is the voice mail system. 7104 is the CF No answer code (5 being busy/no answer and 2 being all calls and 3 is busy alone). *7100 clears it all.
In case you wonder what happened to *7101...it's Do Not Disturb.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
This is just the quick answer and may not be exact. System program 203 is the intercept time. It's probably set by default to 40 seconds. A ring cycle is about 6 seconds. Try adjusting that down to, say, 20 seconds and see if that works. I have your exact setup in my office, but I'm not in my office for the rest of today. I may get a chance to play with the timing on Saturday.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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