Question about Panasonic KX-T7453 Corded Phone
When calling in from the outside and receiving the auto attendant there is a particular extention (224) that if you spell by name or just dial it the system comes back and says "Sorry no one is available to answer the call...." (it does give you the option to press 1 and leave a VM message which does work and you do hear the recorded personal greeting)
The extention can be dialed normally from another extention... if you dial it with the FWD light on the phone flashing the call will go directly to VM. If you dial it with the FWD button off the extention will ring.
I checked the management settings in the VM system, its not set to forward all calls and that would result in it going to voicemail anyway which its not.
Why can't I get to it from the auto attendant? I've tried to cancel everything I could think of...
extention 224 does have a greeting recorded...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Welcome to Panasonic TD programming....
Even though the hardware doesn't exist, the numbers do. The universe of 101-164 and 201-264 are already taken. Oops, 200 might be available, 100 might be available. 167 and 168 and the 80's might work.
It's a 3 step process. Change 210 to 200 change 225 to 210 and change 200 to 225. There's your "swap".
Now, keep in mind that the XDP port for 110 is 210 and if your voice mail is analog.....Ah, but that's another thread.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
Try dialing 710x 165 (#) from the intercom on your phone, where x=2 for all calls, 3 for busy 4 for no answer and 5 for no answer/busy. Once you dial it, the FWD light should blink and if you press it again it will go out.
You probably just canceled the original setting.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Thanks for all the helpful information! First of all, I think you have a TVS/TVM voice mail system. That's good, but what does the lady say when you dial 265 or 165 from either your phone or a phone that works?
If you have voice mail set up, the prompt would be to "Enter your password then #" or "You have X new messages" if you don't have your password set. If you don't get ANY of those on your phone, but do on someone else's, you don't have a mailbox.
Mailboxes are added from the System Owner's mailbox (999) by
option 6 then 1. Once you have a mailbox, you do use option 5 and 3 or 2 or 1 for Name, Password, and Greeting.
Since there is little difference between the models of voice mail, I have attached a TVS-50 manual. The instructions for adding a mailbox start on page 280 (or use the System Manager's Guide tab on the left).
With any luck, you'll get voicemail too :-)
Posted on May 14, 2009
You should look for a call forwarding code in your manual.
Contact your landline service provider if you are unable to find the forwarding code and a customer service representative should be able to walk you through the process.
Pick up your phone receiver and listen for a dial tone. Enter the forwarding code on your home phone. Most of the codes will begin or end with the * (star) or # (pound) logo for pulse type phones. Rotary phones will typically require a numerical sequence.
Enter your cell phone's number, including your area code first. Wait for the confirming sequence after you have dialed in your mobile phone number. This will let you know that call forwarding is activated.
Dial the deactivation code when you want to turn off call forwarding to your cell phone. Your mobile phone will continue to receive calls if you don't turn off the forwarding option. Enter your landline service provider's specified code to cancel call forwarding.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
Id try the following in this order:
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Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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