Re: number of rings before going to voicemail on KX-T7630
Press the FWD/DND button, then scroll through the menu button until the screen shows "FWD No Answer time". Then use the number key pad to change from 000 seconds to 010 seconds (or longer if required). Then exit out of the menu.
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Dial 50(forwarding program number) on the keypad
Dial one of the following single digits for the condition you want
1-DND(Do Not Disturb)
2-All calls forwarded
3-Busy calls forwarded
4-No answer calls forwarded
5-Busy/No answer calls forwarded
Dial the voicemail access code(default is usually 500; this is the number that will ring voicemail)
Lift handset or press to end
If you've set call forwarding from the set, try dialin *713 and a 2 digit number from 00-99. It's the number of seconds before the call forward and a ring cycle is approximately 6 seconds, so start with 24 and go up from there.
There's another feature that will work against you, and that's the transfer recall time. It may be set to 20 seconds, so you will never forward before the recall timer. It's set on a systemwide basis.
What you can do is go into the management console for your system and find the forwarding this is under extentions option 2 fwd/dnd select your extention number and on the bottom option FWD No Answer Time (s) set it to 10 or more and this will change the number of rings.
You have a FWD/DND button on the top of the phone. Press it and read your display. One of the choices is FWD with a destination displayed, one is DND, and one is Fwd/DND Off :-)
If you don't have DND set, it will only toggle 2 actions.
You can change the time/destination by using the *7104 xxx # where xxx is the voice mail system. 7104 is the CF No answer code (5 being busy/no answer and 2 being all calls and 3 is busy alone). *7100 clears it all.
In case you wonder what happened to *7101...it's Do Not Disturb.
You have 4 different modes of calling available to be programmed: DAY NIGHT BREAK and LUNCH. Your installer has to set up the ICD groups, but you can create a LUNCH group which looks like the day mode but rings all phones. The codes are accessed by dialing on the intercom *780x where 0 is day 1 is night 2 is lunch and 3 is break.
You may use the NIGHT mode in the daytime, but if you have voice mail, it will play the night greeting instead of a day greeting.
Not knowing your complete dialing plan makes it difficult to figure out why you can't "ring" a certain number. What do you get? Can you call local? Is 1800 or 1300 a local or "free" call or is it long distance or premium? And, do you get bounced with a display that says something after you dial 1800 or do you have to dial a complete number.
These are all installer questions. It would be well beyond the scope of a public forum to do someone's restriction tables.