How do I disable the password system on Nortel Meridian M3904
The Nortel Meridian phones in our office have passwords enabled. For many of us who don't handle critical company or financial information, the password system is just a nuisance. You have to enter it to get your messages, and you have to change it periodically. Is there any way to 'opt out' of the password system, and not use a password?
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The DN may not be configured to allow forwarding to an outside line for security reasons. I think the default is 4 digits. You will need to talk to whomever programs your switch and ask them to allow this feature.
you will need the installers password and that is **266344 or **config. After you are in the system scroll through untill you get to dial mode than change back to pulse. If you cannot get into the system with that password someone has changed it. The password i have given you is the default password and 99.9% it is not changed. If it has been changed and you don't know it go to the phone system it might be tagged or marked on the system itself alot of techs do it that way.
Depending on what VM system you have there is a feature # you key in.
For instance the Nortel Callpilot feature is "feature, 981" If this is your first time logging in you will have to enter a password. Contact your systems administrator to reset or set your password to never ask.