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When you are away, you call your number and waiting for the welcome message (your message). When the machine invites you to leave a message you enter your secret code, the one you entered when you configured the machine. (Usually there is default, but since you don't have a manual there is no point guessing (although 123 may do the trick). Some older phones have a code sticker on the underside of phone.)
When the code is recognized the machine starts giving instructions press (number) to (do something).
Page 31 tells you how to get the current remote code. It's 111 by default. Page 29 describes remote operation. It's not clear, but you just enter your remote code when the system answers. It says you have to set a remote code, but nothing says whether 111 will work even if you don't set it. Post back and let us know :-)
Go to the base unit.
scroll to the answering machine option.
Under there is a setting for your security key.
you can read what's there, or change it to your own two digit code.
when you call in, during the message, enter that two digit code and it'll go into messages. There's a "toll saver" mode so that the machine answers after two rings instead of 4, so that if you call and it rings 3 times, you know there's no new messages.