Question about Panasonic Lands Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: New Voice Mail
I have FiOs and used some of the info I gathered from this page to get my voice mail working now! To set up my voice mail I called my phone number (from the house phone), then pressed * when the automated system picked up...Your prompted to use a 4 digit pass code, which is the last 4 digits of your phone number (worked for me). From there I listened to the prompts and created a new "4 digit pw" as well as a "name password" by the end of the cycle. It then allowed me to listen to the messages on the phone and delete them! Phone finally says ready on it.
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: voice mail greeting
Sign in to mailbox 999 and 998 and poke around. You should find some greetings in there. Else, if you have the installer software you can go in from that and make the changes.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
SOURCE: Voice Mail
If your voice mail is a Panasonic brand, from remote you dial #6 * and your extension. Then put in your password and it's just like you logged in from the phone at your desk.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The red light is MESSAGE WAITING. It is not necessarily VM notification. Press the MESSAGE button and look at the display. One of the soft keys will let you CLEAR the message and it will tell you where it came from. It's set by anybody calling your phone, and randomly, it is set by dialing your extension plus "4". Oops. It's a Pana mystery :-)
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
SOURCE: New Voice Mail message
You received a message on the voicemail system provided by your telephone company. To hear the message, dial the voicemail number provided by your service provider (in many cases, this will be your own phone number), and follow the voice instructions for listening to your messages. You need to store the voicemail access # by pressing [MENU], [#] ,, on the handset. To access the voicemail, press [TALK], then softkey [VM]. Depending on your service provider, you may need to clear your voice mailbox to remove the notification.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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