When I'm at another number how do I pick up phone messages there is a three digit code on the back I'm sure this has something to do with it but I need instructions on how to use it. Please help if You can Mahalo
SECURITY CODE To use your system from a remote telephone, you must first enter a 3-digit remote operation security code. The security code label is located on the bottom of the system. Enter the security code after the system answers and sounds two tones. Within 7 seconds, enter one of the remote commands
. OPERATING THE SYSTEM FROM A REMOTE LOCATION Dial your phone number. Even if the system is off, it will turn on and answer after about 10 rings. After the system sounds a tone, enter your remote operation security code. Enter a remote command (see “Remote Commands” on Page 19). When you finish, press 5# to end remote access.
REMOTE COMMANDS Note: When listening to messages in remote mode, there is a pause during playback every 2 minutes and 40 seconds. Press 0–9, #, or * to continue playing the message.
1# Play new messages. 2# Play all messages. 3# Delete the current message. 4# Repeat a previous message. 5# Stop and exit. 6# Skip a message. 7# Turn on/off the system. 8# Record an outgoing message. 9# Record a memo. 0# Monitor the room.
Note: When listening to messages in remote mode, there is a pause during playback every 2 minutes and 40 seconds. Press 0–9, #, or * to continue playing the message.
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Panasonic KX-TA624/824 automatic Caller ID logging
How to set up automatic Caller ID logging
in the KX-TA624 phone system with KX-T7735 phones. (for dash four and five, and KX-TA824) System Programming:
In System Program number 900, enable Caller ID for the lines you have Caller ID on. (To get into system programming, press Program * # 1234.)
In System Program number 901, select your own area code and any other area codes that don't have to be dialed when making a call. The area code digits are removed from Caller ID log information so you can return a call without dialing unnecessary digits which would mess up the call.
In System Program number 902, if necessary, indicate the number of digits to be removed, and a particular digit (usually 1) that might have to be added, when returning a local phone call. The default programming is to remove the first three digits, and add nothing; which is correct for most locations.
In System Program 903, if necessary, indicate the number of digits to be removed, and up to 4 digits that might have to be added, when returning a long distance phone call. The default programming is to not remove any digits, and add a 1; which is correct for most locations.
In System Program number 909, enable Call Log Assignment for each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. You can use * to indicate you want logging at all phones.
Get out of system programming. (Press Hold or End, then Program.)
Program a button for Caller ID Indication on each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. Press Program, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Indication (we recommend the top button in the left column), then 96, then Store, then Hold, then Program. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 6 instead of 96.)
At each phone where you want to log all calls, press intercom, then 7382#.
The Caller ID Indication button will light up only when the system has logged UN-answered calls.
Use the Navigator Key at the lower right corner of the phone to scroll through Caller ID information.
You can erase the entire Caller ID log by pressing Intercom, then 70**#
You can erase an individual Caller ID record by pressing Transfer while the information is displayed.
If your phone does not have a Navigator Key, you can program an available button for Caller ID Selection. Press Program, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Selection, then 97, then Store, then Hold, then Program. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 7 instead of 97.)
To call a number displayed on the Caller ID log, pick up the handset or press the speakerphone button, and press the Caller ID Indication button.
The flashing message light may be telling you there is voice mail on your telephone line. If you have "home voice mail" or whatever your phone service provider calls their service, you're told of new message by a stutter dialtone. That is, when you pick up your phone to make a call, you hear two or three brief bursts of dialtone before it goes steady. Many new phone systems start flashing their message light when there are waiting messages so that you'll know about them if you don't pick up your phone. Follow whatever procedure your provider gives (usually you call a local access number) to pick up your messages, and that light should quit blinking.
it's called remote operation. Press "MENU", then "number sign" and enter a 3-digit code of your choosing. Press "SAVE" and then "OFF" When you away from home, dial your phone number and after the greeting message starts, enter your 3-digit remote access code.
Before you store a telephone number in memory, make sure the dialing mode is correctly set for the type of service you have. The default dialing mode is tone (touch-tone), so if you have pulse (rotary) service, you must first change the dialing mode. See “To Set the Dial Mode.” The following buttons can be stored into any memory location: 0-9. STORING FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS 1. Pick up the handset. 2.Press the store button. 3. Push the desired memory location button. 4. Press the store button. 5.Use the handset number keys to enter the telephone number (up to 16-digits) and press the store button. 6.Hang up the handset. NOTE: If you make a mistake, use the delete button to delete wrong digits. CHANGING A STORED NUMBER Repeat the storage sequence above. The new number replaces the old number at the memory location. ERASING A STORED NUMBER 1. Pick up the handset. 2.Press the store button. 3.Press the memory location (0-9) to be erased. 4.Press delete for three seconds until the number in the display is erased. 5.Hang up the handset. DIALING FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS 1. Pick up the handset and press the mem button. 2. Press 0-9 for the memory location. The number dials automatically. OR 1. Pick up the handset and press the dial button. 2. Press the review button for the desired memory location. 3. Press the dial button to dial the number. OR 1. Press dial button while the handset is still in the cradle. 2. Press the review button for the desired memory location, lift the handset and the number dials automatically.
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Do you also have a telephone-company provided answering feature on your line (such as Verizon's home voice mail)? I've known other people who got this service as part of a package from their phone company without realizing it, and had just the same trouble. Your callers may be reaching that instead of your answering machine.
Most companies alert you to waiting messages through "stutter dialtone." When you pick up your handset you'll hear two or three short bursts of dialtone before it goes steady. This is your signal to pick up your voicemail messages. Are you hearing this?
Check with your telephone service provider if you are unsure. If your telephone answering machine says it hasn't taken any messages, the full box message must be coming from them.
First call your home number, when the answering machine picks up, dial 0 then the two digit security code. (You have to check the security code on the handset.) It will then give you voice prompts how to listen, skip and delete messages.