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Yes, buy the correct one and follow the instructions in the manual. We are unable to give advice when you won't say the make and model of your base station or the (Different make) handset. I mean, does your new handset even have an address book function? Does your base station have an address book function?
I do. It's done either from the maintenance console, or the phone connected to (usually) port 1. Speed call numbers reside in system program 001 and the names in 002. Your installer/engineer shold have showed somebody how to program system features. It sort of sets up like a cell phone.
I have just purchased this phone, and was trying to figure it out myself. I have successfully sent a pic to my email by doing the following:
First, I set up my phone book with both my phone number and my email by going to phone book and then "New Entry" There is a place for both phone number and Email there.
Next, I went to "Multimedia" ( that's the little Icon that looks like a film strip). then "pictures" while viewing the pic I wanted to send, I pushed the center button and from the resulting menu, I selected "send in message". Then "OK". from the resulting menu, I selected the phone book entry that I set up for myself and that had a little envelope next to it. [or, you might choose "new entry" if you have not already put the email addy into your phone book. choosing "one time entry" did not appear to offer this option.]Then i selected "add" and then "Send" In the next screen there is a form where you can enter stuff like "subject line, or CC and BCC, similar to a email you might send from a 'puter. Then I hit "send" again, and my e-mail started to send. It used up 2.5 minutes to send,and it was 16.39KB.
It arrived in my inbox from "[my phone number]@mms.att.net" And had compressed to 12.3KB.
This really should be in the manual though, I had to play with it a lot to figure this out. figure it out.
please make sure that your service provider has provided you that service.
check out for your menu in the phone then go to settings and then go for call settings then find out for caller id settings enter into it and change it to ON .
IF THE PROBLEM STILL PERSISTS AFTER SOLVING BOTH OF THE GIVEN ABOVE SOLUTIONS THEN TRY A PRACTICAL CHECK UP TAKE YOUR MOBILE AND MAKE SURE THAT YOUR MOBILE ALLOWS ITS NUMBER TO BE SEEN BY ALL AND THEN RING TO YOUR PHONE.
PLEASE NOTE THE NUMBER IN YOUR ADRESS BOOK OF YOUR PHONE AND THEN SEE
Here is how to set your default ringtone:
__ Detail (2nd line .. if style:loud then line 2 will say Loud:Detail .. if style:soft then line 2 will say Soft:Detail)
Now you'll see
Click on Calls
Click on Music
Now you can set the default ringtone.
To set a specific ringtone for each person in your address book:
Click Edit Contact
Scroll down to Ringer ID
Now you can set ringer ID for that contact.