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We had a power outage and now unable to retrieve voicemail

Messages on system manager phone as her password was forgotten

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    we have 7 phones and all the info was knocked out with the power. I don't have the maunal and would like to download a copy so I can set phone up with intercom again, change date and time, and add feature #'s. Does anyone know where I can do that at?

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