I want to set up speed dial (or some other method) with the code I need to get an outside line. It's a long code with * and # in it. When I try it, I can dial only the speed dial, but not any additional phone numbers.
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Solutions for : How To Send a Fax
Solution : Insert a Pause When Dialing a Fax Number
With some telephone systems, an access code must be dialed and a second dial tone will then be heard. For example, a "9" might need to be used to get an outside line.
In such cases, a pause in the telephone number needs to be inserted.
Pauses can be inserted when setting up speed dial numbers.
To insert a pause, press [Pause / Redial] button at the appropriate place when entering the telephone number. A dash "-" appears on the display at the corresponding location.
Personal speed (the 12 F buttons on the right) depend on whether you dial "9" to get an outside line. Then the buttons are programmed by pressing PROGRAM the button and dialint the speed dial number with a 9+ then STORE. System speed dial number sare programmed in SYSTEM programming 001 and they have "9" also in front of them.
What happens when you dial "9" on the intercom? If you get an outside line, then your phone is programmed properly. If you get an empty line, then you need to disable vacant lines in system program 400.
To program the right side buttons for speed dial, press PROGRAM a button on the right side, and dial 9+ the number as you would dial it on an outside line, then STORE.
On the left side, a waste if you're putting speed dial number sin, you dial 29 instead of 9, but normally you reserve them for lines, extensions, and features that require lit buttons. The codes would begin with 0,1 and whatever the magic code for the features are.
You can send a fax to up to 142 fax numbers, using any combination of dialing methods:
- One-touch Speed Dialing (up to 32 destinations)
Press the desired One-Touch Speed dial button(s)
- Coded Speed Dialing (up to 100 destinations)
Press [Coded Dial] > enter the 2 digit code (00-99) using the numeric buttons and be sure to press [Coded Dial] before each code
- Regular dialing and redialing (10 destinations)
Enter the number using the numeric buttons or [Redial/Pause] and be sure to press [Set] after each entry with the numeric keys
After all the numbers are listed, press [Start]. The machine will scan in the document (memory) and then begin sending it to the destinations in numerical order, starting with One-Touch, then Coded and finally the numbers dials with the numeric keys.
You can also create a group if you frequently send faxes to the same group of people by first saving them as One-Touch and then adding them to a new group.
The mechanics of storing a speed dial number on Panasonic phones is the same, even if the phone can be connected to one of 18 different model Key Service Units. It involves pressing PROGRAM a button, an access code, the number, and STORE. In the U.S. our access code to get an outside line is "9". You may be using something different, like '0'.
The differences are if you can dial "9" on the intercom and get a dial tone, which collumn of buttons you press, and/or whether you want this to be PERSONAL numbers or SYSTEM numbers.
In a TA-824, lines are accessed high to low. If you have 2 lines on a basic system and dial "9" to get an outside line, you will land on line 3 if you have not told the system that line 3 is disabled (system program 400). So, the fast answer is press PROGRAM, a button on the right side, dial 9+your desired number and STORE. If it's a left side button, dial 29 instead of 9.
System speed dials requrie access to system program 001.
If this does not work on your system, please comment back with your actual system model number.
It says "Not Stored" because you haven't stored anything in it. There are 12 buttons on the left side with lights and 12 buttons for feature dialing on the right. If you want to monitor extensions, the buttons on the left are the ones to use. If you want to store speed dial numbers and feature codes use the ones on the right.
Left button programming. Press PROGRAM and the button. For extensions, dial 1+ext and STORE. For CO's, press 0+line number, for inside codes press 2+code, for outside number press 2+9+number, all followed by STORE.
Right button programming. For inside codes dial the code, for outside number press 9+number followed by STORE.
Note that you could also dial "8x" or "80x" in place of "9" for specific line access. Also, you can store extension speed dial numbers on the right, you just won't get a light indication when they're busy.
It's easier if you have access to the database to put in names with the numbers, but in the simplest sense, you can take a piece of paper, write down locations, and start entering numbers.
They are added in sytsem speed dial from the first extension or one designated as the manager's phone. PROG **1234 gets you into programming and 001 is the system speed dial area. With a combination of NEXT's and ENTER, you can be looking at SD 000 (ie PROG **1234 NEXT NEXT ENTER NEXT) and you're ready to enter a speed dial in bin 000. The complete number starts with an access code (9) plus the number as you would dial it. For example 918005551212 ENTER puts that number in bin 000. NEXT will step to 001.
Press INTERCOM or select a line and press AUTODIAL and dial the 3 digit code. If your installer was lazy, you will have a problem as "9" selects the highest line in a trunk group, one that you might not have. In that case, he'll either have to program the system properly, or you will always have to pre-select a line to use speed dial.
Notice that this is just hte instructions for SYSTEM speed dial. I guessed that it was what you're looking for. Personal speed dial is a different set of instructions and it could be either under a button or in your 10 or 100 number personal directory (so that's where the 2 digit SD's went :-))
Anyway, if you need those instructions and can't find them in the user manual, please post back.
There is no way to clear the settings you would have to re-program the correct setting. Did you program one touch speed dial on the line buttons? I do not see how programming a speed dial could effect accessing the CO lines unless you re-programmed the CO line buttons by mistake. If so, you would need to re-program those soft keys to line buttons.
The manual you have may not cover this? The phone you have can work on a few different Panasonic phone systems. If you need a more detailed manual you will first need to know which Panasonic phone system you have. The phone part number WILL NOT help you determine which phone system you have. There is a main control unit somewhere (basement, utility closet, etc..)