Question about Panasonic Kx-ta824 And Kx-tva50 Voice Mail----need Phones $100each More Equipment Call Bob
I am certain this is by design but I would like to make a change. Currently when a call comes in to the company, the call is answered. The calling party is transferred to an extension. The extension rings about 7 times. If no answer, the call is automatically transferred back by the system to the original extension that transferred the call. Question: how do I program the system so that the mailbox of the extension being transferred to picks up, after no answer, rather than the system transferring the call back to the extension that transferred the call?? How do I set the number of rings an extension rings on transfer??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transfer from an extension phone
There should be a transfer button on the phone, you just press the transfer button, dial the extension number you wish to transfer to and then hang up your phone.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
The directory can be in two places. One is the Panasonic automatic directory that is reached by dialing #1. It is taken from the subscriber recording their name in mailbox setup.
The index is found by you entering the first 4 letters of the person's first and last name. It then plays the name from the appropriate mailbox. That's modified in mailbox 999 the system Administrator's box.
The second directory, is one that you establish as part of a custom calling menu. If it is there, it's probably one of the first 5 custom service menus, as the box assigns them in ascending order from 1.
The "user manual" is a publication for the TVA installation and it is comprised of several manuals. Try my website http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/Pana/TVA/
The 330_TVA manual has both the Message and System Manager's instructions.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
Take a look at the manual. One of the bits in programming deals with the status of the FWD/DND button. You can make it light solid for FWD and flash for DND. There are other ways to intercept the calls, but trust me, this is the cleanest. You set 7104 165 # and it will forward always on no answer after x rings. Those rings are set system wide and can be adjusted in programming.
If you sit down wiht the PG manual, pay attentiion to programs 202,203,619 and 990 area 9 bits 3&4. A ring cycle is about 6 seconds and the default intercept is TWELVE rings....you should adjust that to no more that 4.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
it's best to have your local panasonic dealer/serviceman do it, because it will require you to know the installer programming password which the installer sets, and it requires you to know the inbound call paths so you set the correct timer (all very simple if you have a computer hooked up and own the programming software, but a pain if you are trying to program through a phone)
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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