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Do Not Disturb (DND) When DND is enabled, the telephone will not ring when someone calls, but the line
indicator still flashes. In Personal Call Manager, the You Have a New Call dialog box still appears and the icon for the call appears in the Calls box. You can turn the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature on or off from the Calls menu or the Personal Call Manager icon in the task tray. Turning DND on or off To turn DND on or off: 1. Click the Personal Call Manager task tray icon or the Calls menu. 2. Click the DND menu item. When DND is on: • the Personal Call Manager task tray icon changes to • the symbol check appears beside the DND menu item on the Calls menu and the Personal Call Manager task tray menu • DND appears in Status bar
Does this happen on all inbound calls or just some? If this is on all inbound calls...Sounds like Do not disturb is turned on. Most uniden's have a DND (do not disturb) mode. Try turning this off and see if that helps. Using Do Not Disturb
The Do Not Disturb or DND feature turns off the audio ringers of the base and all handsets at the same time. It does not affect any of the visual ringers.
With the phone in standby, press and hold
Do not Disturb on the base. The phone automatically turns on the answering system and shows Do Not Disturb in the display on all handsets.
To cancel, press Do not Disturb.
If this is not the issue, it may be turned on at the central office (your phone company) try using the DND activation/deactivation code of *64 from your phone. If this is just on some inbound calls...Then it you may have anonymous call rejection turned on. That feature blocks calls from people that block their calling number when placing calls.
It will flash for 2 reasons. The phone is in Do Not Disturb, The phone is forwarded and the lazy installer didn't change the button indication to solid.
What happens when you press the FWD/DND button on an idle phone? In most systems, it's supposed to toggle between FWD DND and OFF after you press it more than once. If that doesn't work, try pressing FWD STORE 0 STORE. That should turn off FWD/DND and unset it.
However, here's the problem. Your phone may have CF-condition set to send busy and unanswered calls to voice mail. We do that so the individual extension can set his own transfer to VM time. Those commands start with *710x and the VM extension which is 500 by default. For example dialing *7104 500 on the intercom will set CF-NA to the voicemail port on a TDA/TDE system equipped with a Panasonic Voice mail system. When that happens, the FWD/DND light goes either red or blinks red and the forward condition is set.
You can review the operations in the OM for your system under Call Forward and Do Not Disturb.
The feature should't reset itsself after you enter feature #85 (or press the DND button again). A co-worker isn't accidently turning it on are they?
You might also check if the DND button (if programmed on the set) is stuck down.
I found that pressing Feature -> 99 -> Feature cleared it up. The Do Not Disturb option does not work either with what the owner's manual states, or the company's Website, to either activate it or deactivate.
Do Not Disturb (DND) DND allows you to mute the ringer on all handsets. In the standby mode (phone handset off and in cradle), press the do not disturb button on the base. The DND indicator will light and DO NOT DISTURB shows in handset display. To cancel, press the do not disturb button again.
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To cancel the DND feature, press do not disturb again. (this is either a key on the base unit, or can be found in the Menu on the base) You can also mute the ringer tone while the phone is ringing by pressing do not disturb on the base. Activating the DND while the answering system is off will turn the answering system on automatically. The answering system setting will reset to the original setting when you cancel the DND.
The do not disturb feature (DND) allows you to mute the ringer, the base, and any registered handsets at the same time. The phone must be in standby mode. Press and hold do not disturb on the base. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the DND LED illuminates. To cancel the DND feature, press do not disturb again. You can also mute the ringer tone while the phone is ringing by pressing do not disturb on the base. Activating the DND while the answering system is off will turn the answering system on automatically. The answering system setting will reset to the original setting when you cancel the DND. If you press answer on/off when the DND and the answering system is on, both of the DND and the answering system will turn off. To mute the ringer tone temporarily for each handset or the base, when the phone is ringing, press the MUTE soft key on the handset or the base. The ringer tone will return to the previous setting starting with the next incoming call.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
DND Allows you to mute the ringer on all handsets.
In the standby mode press the do not disturb button on the base the DND indicator will light and DO NOT DISTURB shows in the handset display.
To cancel press the do not disturb button again.
Hi there! I used to have the same problem on my RadioShack Cordless Phone, it said "DO NOT DISTURBE". I've come to the solution! by reading the owners manual hehe, and I want to share it , I'm sure you went trough all the menu options trying to find the DND mode, but guess what! it's not on the phone, it's on the phone base! there is a button which says do not disturbe, you just need to press it and thats it! haha, really I hope this helps! Greetings from México!