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What do you mean? You know the code to get into voice mail, so in my wildest dreams I can't imagine why you would want a button that dials 777. If you mean VM transfer, you can reprogram the button to voicemail transfer by pressing FEATURE 00 the button and FEATURE 14.
It's possible that the button is already programmed for that function.
Click on this link(it may take few minutes to load according to Connection speed) and you will get Helping Guide for your Product...If you want to get Feature Codes ,then go to Page 9.OR toCall directly to another User's Voice mail/Transfer a Call directly to another User's Voice mail-See Page 13 for Detailed Information.
Press programmed Direct Voice Mail Button/Press Feature Button and Select Direct VM[DrcVM] OR Dial 56
Dial the Extension whose voice mail you want to Call/Transfer a Call;you can Use Programmed AUTO DIAL Button OR a Directory Listing too(See Page 11,14)
There is Possible to just Click on the Index data as you need...
Hope This Lead you better Conclusion....Thanks for Contacting FixYa...
press feat 00. touch btn to program dial feat14. this is now a voice mail transfer button. to program an ext button, touch btn to program, press left intercom dial 2 digit extension. Can you dial 777 and get voice mail?
Hi, at the handset dial TRANSFER 107 then the Voice-mail transfer button on that phone then dial 529. This should work. I've posted a video from http://www.abbeytelecom.com showing how to program the soft-keys there are loads of others on the website
Since you did not mension the phone system type I am assuming it is a Digital like the KX-TD500. You can transfer direct to voicemail if you have a VT ( Voicemail Transfer ) button on your phone. When you want to transfer the party you are talking to, press VT and dial the extension/mailbox number you wish to transfer the call to and hang up to complete the transfer. If you do not have a VT key you can program one of your flexable buttons as a VT key by pressing your PROGRAM button, dial 9 9, press the button to be programmed, dial 8 and the voicemail extension number, press AUTO DIAL/STORE and then press PROGRAM to exit station programming. Good Luck. ....Mike
This is all programmed in the phone system settings. Your phone can be used on different Avaya phone systems (AT&T, Lucent is Avaya now) and you can also have different voice mail systems. They all program differently.
Sounds like your phone port is not programmed to use voice mail. You can have your phone port programmed to do many different things if nobody answers. Mostly you have the call transfered to another station after so many rings. That other station (extension) could be the operator, a calling group, a voice mail box, etc... Some systems allow you to change the number of rings on a per-phone basis, others only have one no-answer timer for all calls.
You can get all the manuals from www.avaya.com for free but you need to know which system and version you have first. Programming can get very complicated and you may find it easier to hire a local phone installation company that is familiar with your system to do the changes for you.
Your telephone can be used on different Avaya phone systems and you can have different voice mail systems. They all program differently.
Someone should have administrative rights to the voice mail. They can delete voice mail boxes and create new ones or maybe just change the password. If you do not have a phone system administrator, you would need to determine what voice mail system and what phone system you have. All the manuals are available at www.avaya.com
Most likely you have a Partner ACS system but there are different versions. You could also use these phones on a Magix system and other Partner systems.