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Casio SI 460

I have two problems. We have four lines and we have 6 phones--Master and 5 extensions. One of the extensions suddenly lost its ability to lreceive voice mai messages. Also recorded message was gone. When I tried to re-record it said memory full. There are no messages--they were all erased and the caller id was erased also. Still said memory full. I ordered a new instrument and was just going to replace that one.

That created second problem. New instrument works as a telephone but is not integrated within the 4 line network. How do I get it to integrate.

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You need to perform a system update on the new phone.

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