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Changing Personal Greeting

I want to record a new greeting on our main phone line. I go to "Feature" and enter "983", but when I enter the Log "1020000#" like is says in the instructions I have, I am told I have entered an incorrect password and am kicked out of the system. Any advice?

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Someone has changed the default admin mailbox. Call in a Nortel Vendor, let me know if you need one as I can get techs all over the country.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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***************************************************************************************************
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1. Enter Feature 983
2. The display will show "LOG:", enter your login password
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b. If your company extensions are 3 digits long enter "1020000"
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3. Press the softkey under "OK"
***************************************************************************************************
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