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If you subscribe to a voice mail service, you can use your phone to access your voice mailbox. The new message LED on the handset flashes and appears in the handset display whenever you have messages waiting in your voice mailbox. When you subscribe to the service, your voice mail provider provides you with the access number and the required voice mail signaling tone. You can use your phonebook to store the access number
1. Delete or listen to all voice mail messages, if necessary, to clear the IN USE/Voice Mail light indicator. Note: Skip this step if it does not apply to your MD Series cordless telephone model. 2. Press OFF on the base station and each handset. 3. Press and hold down PAGE on the base station until the IN USE light flashes slowly, then release. 4. Press and hold down PAGE again until the IN USE light begins to flash quickly, then release PAGE. 5. Quickly and fully press and release PAGE again. 6. Please register handset displays. Press OK to begin the registration process, or press EXIT.
press "mute" key to access menu, press the up or down arrow key labeled "caller ID- volume" until you get to "handset setup", press the "mute" key again, press the down or up arrow until you have "defaultsetting" selected, press "mute" key, press "1", then press "mute" once more. At this point your handset will reset clearing the indicator for all the handsets. I've had to do this twice on my phones and it worked every time.
What worked for me was to call my phone from another phone and leave myself a voicemail. I then went in and retrieved and deleted that voicemail. Once I hung up from my voicemail service my handsets reset about 10 seconds later.
You did record a message on the answerer, didn't you? Mine displayed that until I recorded the outgoing message for the answerer. You do not need any service from your phone provider. The answerer in the base unit simply records the caller's message when you don't answer after a set number of rings. The manual tells you how to name the handset, which is a nice feature if you don't wish to use "unit 1, unit 2, etc".