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Press PROGRAM the CO or intercom button twice, and use the Navigator key to step up or down for one of 30 tones. 1,4 and 7 or 9 is a normal standard ring, 25-30 or so is tunes. You have to do it for all lines or ICD groups to make it be special on your phone.
It is possible that you have not saved the number in the name of person whom you are sending message, or you might have saved that number twice in your cell phone, i.e. either in sim card or in mobile phone or both.
There is another way to check this. Try dialing the same number, if it shows the name of the person whom you have saved then its fine. If it shows the number only, then it indicates that you have have his number saved twice.
Do Not Disturb (Feature 01) will turn the ringing off of a phone, but it will also send any lines assigned to ring on that phone to voicemail (if applicable).
OR, to turn ringing off in system programming:
From ext. 10 or 11, press Feature button, 00, left intercom button twice, right intercom button once. Enter extension number of phone you wish to remove the ringing line from. Light indicators next to line keys show ringing status. Press line keys to desired ringing preference for each line-
steady green light- immediate ring
green fast flutter- no ring
green slow flash- delayed ring
Press "feature" 00 to exit
Always From The Same Person? If So Its The Other Persons Service Doing It. If Its From Everyone That Way Call Your Wireless Provider And Tell Them About The Double Texts And They Should Offer Compensation.
With Motorola, they made the software so that when you have a call and an sms from a person that has a custom ring tone, it will ring like that both ways. Thats a limitation in the firmware with no way around it. And yes, you can either call your carrier to block it by default on the network itself, or you can go to into the phone settings and toggle a menue called send caller id, and click off
Question: What does this have to do with a Panasonic KX-T7425 phone? Is a Panasonic phone hooked up to your Partner system?
Sounds like the system believes the phone is in use. Is the partner phone in question an MLS model? MLS-6, MLS-12 etc.. They all have keypad problems and buttons could be activating on their own randomly, making the phone in-use on the system. The message waiting light may not come on until the phone is no longer in-use. Usually phones with this problem will at least beep randomly when it thinks the buttons are being pushed.