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Panasonic KX-TA624/824 automatic Caller ID logging
How to set up automatic Caller ID logging
in the KX-TA624 phone system with KX-T7735 phones. (for dash four and five, and KX-TA824) System Programming:
In System Program number 900, enable Caller ID for the lines you have Caller ID on. (To get into system programming, press Program * # 1234.)
In System Program number 901, select your own area code and any other area codes that don't have to be dialed when making a call. The area code digits are removed from Caller ID log information so you can return a call without dialing unnecessary digits which would mess up the call.
In System Program number 902, if necessary, indicate the number of digits to be removed, and a particular digit (usually 1) that might have to be added, when returning a local phone call. The default programming is to remove the first three digits, and add nothing; which is correct for most locations.
In System Program 903, if necessary, indicate the number of digits to be removed, and up to 4 digits that might have to be added, when returning a long distance phone call. The default programming is to not remove any digits, and add a 1; which is correct for most locations.
In System Program number 909, enable Call Log Assignment for each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. You can use * to indicate you want logging at all phones.
Get out of system programming. (Press Hold or End, then Program.)
Program a button for Caller ID Indication on each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. Press Program, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Indication (we recommend the top button in the left column), then 96, then Store, then Hold, then Program. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 6 instead of 96.)
At each phone where you want to log all calls, press intercom, then 7382#.
The Caller ID Indication button will light up only when the system has logged UN-answered calls.
Use the Navigator Key at the lower right corner of the phone to scroll through Caller ID information.
You can erase the entire Caller ID log by pressing Intercom, then 70**#
You can erase an individual Caller ID record by pressing Transfer while the information is displayed.
If your phone does not have a Navigator Key, you can program an available button for Caller ID Selection. Press Program, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Selection, then 97, then Store, then Hold, then Program. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 7 instead of 97.)
To call a number displayed on the Caller ID log, pick up the handset or press the speakerphone button, and press the Caller ID Indication button.
phone circuits included electromechanical relays which imposed limitation on the speed of dialing a digit, and therefore dialing a complete 10-digit telephone number could take up to ten seconds, during which hardware resources had to be dedicated to a circuit. The Bell System organized the numbering plan to minimize the cost of providing automatic dialing to large population centers. The second digit of all area codes was 0 or 1, while the second digit of the exchange triplet was never 0 or 1, thus facilitating the recognition of whether a user was dialing a full 10-digit number or merely dialing within the local area code. In this coding scheme it was not yet necessary to dial a leading 1 for access to long distance circuits to other area codes. In some regions, local numbers were 7 digits, or occasionally less, but a toll call within the area code required a preceding 1. Area code 617 in eastern Massachusetts used this system in the early 1970s, while the Chicago area (312) did not. In the Chicago area, one could call the Boston area by dialing only 10 digits, while in Boston, to call Chicago, one would be required to use 11 digits, including the prefix 1.
Sometimes, caller ID (the name of the
caller) does not appear on a call and is replaced with the phone
The main reasons for caller ID not working are:
Duplicate entries in contacts - by FAR the most common cause and unfortunately,
the most awkward one to fix.
If the phone finds the same number against
more than one name, it doesn't know which to use so, perfectly sensibly, it
defaults to showing the number.
The only way to fix this is to remove
duplicates from your contacts. Best way to do this would probably be in Outlook
on the PC, but assuming you can't do that, then you have to find the numbers
that aren't working a use the LATEST version of the Nokia Search Tool (http://europe.nokia.com/ovi-services-and-apps/search-o1) to find
the duplicate entries:
NOTE: when you search, use PART of the number to
avoid problems with formatting: searching for +441234567890 will NOT find +44
123 456 7890 whereas searching for 789 would.
2. Using your international
dial code instead of '+'
Not sure if this applies to all phones, but if
you store your number using your county's international dial code (eg:
004412345678990 - WRONG) instead of the '+' sign (+4412345678990 - RIGHT), it
can cause problems.
3. "(0)" area code prefixes
Only a problem if
you synch with MS Outlook. When you specify a country in MS Outlook, it will
insert "(0)" into your phone number after the country code - while somewhere in
Redmond, Bill Gates cackles - so +4412345678990 becomes +44 (0)
You need to remove the (0).
4. 9 and 10 digit
There has been one report of problems with 9 and 10 digit numbers
where one size doesn't work with SMS and the other with calls. Not sure that
anyone else has ever come across this.
The caller ID in your area is set up to show the 1 plus the area code although not every area has yet to require you to dial the 1 before the number. In the near future it's possible you will have to dial the 1 even if you're calling a local number. I know of no way to change the phone settings in order to remove the 1 in the caller id. Unfortunately it looks like your only option will be to dial the number directly without the 1. Good luck!
Phonebook (Storing Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings and Speed Dial) You can store names and numbers in your phone’s phonebook, search for names alphabetically, and dial phonebook entries with just a few key presses. You can store up to 100 numbers in the base and up to 100 additional numbers in each registered handset. The phone uses the same memory to store phonebook entries and Caller ID messages. If the shared memory is already full, the phone will not store any more phonebook entries. You will have to delete some of the Caller ID messages before you can store a new phonebook entry. 1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook. 2) Press the STORE soft key, S t o r e / E d i t N a m e appears. 3) Enter the name (up to 16 characters) by using the number keypad (see the "Steps for Entering Names and Special Characters" on page 44). If a name is not required, go to step 4. <No Name> will be used as the name. 4) Press the OK soft key to store the name; S t o r e / E d i t N o . appears. 5) Use the number keypad, */tone/<, or #/> to enter the phone number (up to 20 digits). If you make an error, use the DELETE soft key to erase the incorrect digits. When you are finished, press the OK soft key to store the number.
6) If you store the phonebook entry from the handset, D i s t i n c t i v e R i n g appears. Press volume up/down to move the pointer to one of the Distinctive Ring options and then press the OK soft key. 7) S p e e d D i a l appears. Press volume up/down to move the pointer to select the Speed Dial location (10 locations: SPD1-SPD0). 8) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone, and D o n e ! appears in the display. EASY DOES IT! :)
It's a pretty straightforward process, Pick up the handset press STORE a location (0-9) STORE dial the number STORE
With only 10 storable numbers it's pretty thin, but you also have the last 50 CID numbers to dial. If you live in an area with more than one local area code (overlays) and mixed 10 digit dialing, it looks like you may have some programming to do to make it dial CID numbers properly.
If you save from caller ID to the phone book from an out of area
code number, the manual doesn't tell you that you have press the * key while the number
is displayed and it will insert a 1 before the area code. Do this before
trying to call from caller ID or copying the number to the phone book. I had to delete the area code stored in the global set up to get the caller the "*" feature to work for my local calls other wise it would just put a 1 in before the 7 digit number and would not work when it is store.
All Panasonic display phones, both analog and digital 7xxx series phones support CID. It requires 5 or 6 program adjustments as outlined in the manual. With luck, you may be able to just turn it on in 406, but your area code needs to be set if you have 7 digit local dialing, you need to tell the system if you want CID to adjust the clock daily, SMDR display, etc.
The 1232_PG lists all the steps. If you don't have a manual, you really need to get one. Post back and we'll see what we can do.
Here is a link to the site containing a pdf manual link and this is an excerpt for you :
Long Distance calls and Area Code Setting/Cancellation
While the present Caller ID information is displayed, pressing */tone/< will place
or remove the prefix "1" in the display to set the call for a long distance call, or
pressing #/> will set or cancel an area code (see page 30).
Storing Caller ID messages in the Phonebook
Messages shown in the Caller ID list can be stored in the phonebook. The phone
number and name of the party on the Caller ID list can be stored in memory.
1) When the phone is in standby mode, select the Caller ID message to be stored.
Then press the STORE soft key on the base or the EDIT soft key on the handset.
From the handset, then select E D I T ?. S t o r e / E d i t N a m e appears. If the Caller ID
message is already stored in memory, you will hear a beep and T h i s d a t a i s
a l r e a d y s t o r e d ! ! appears. The number will not be stored.
2) To complete the setting, follow the steps 3-8 in "Phonebook (Storing Phone
Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed Dial)" on pages 42-43.