Looking for manual on our new system. Read your response to another question on the phone. You mentioned TDA Operating Manual & PTPM Manual in PDF form - If you could sent those to firstname.lastname@example.org that would help me out a lot. Thanks Geri
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Not possible, but you can let ONE inside party do it by executive override. It's a programming option. The TDA/TDE/NCP system has a multi-party conference, but the originator has to set it up with the CONF key.
Since a 7640 has no *handset* (it's a DSS console) that's going to be tough to do. However, since it attaches to a 763x phone, the answer is, use the Navigator volume up arrow with the handset held to your ear.
In a TDA-30/50 there are FOUR super hybrid ports, the first 4 on the cabinet. In a TDA 100/200/600, there are NONE. Which one do you have and is your extension 101-104? If not, it won't work. You can probably wire an analog port to the first pair and use the same cable, but it will never merge with the digital set.
The "manual" is the System installation guide for your particular brand of voice mail system. If the TDA system is recent, it will be a TVA-50 or TVA-200. Look in the section under Message Manager. The recordings are either Company greetings or Custom Service menus. The person who installed the system can set it up in a number of different ways, but there is a USB port and maintenance software that runs on a windows box that lets you see visually how the system is set up. You don't need it to make voice changes, but if you don't have a clue where to look for the greetings, it would be really advisable to get the software or have someone come in and show you how it works.
Hold music is attached to a port labeled MOH on a Panasonic TDA system cabinet. Check out your back room or telephone or electrical closet where all the wires go and see if there isn't a seperate box for the MOH system. Once you know what it is, you can find out how to change the music.
You're stuck with what you have unless you find the box that's playing it and change the recording. Your system cabinet (a black and blue TDA cabinet) has a music device plugged into the MOH port. Just change the file.
From the main phone, press PROG **1234 and dial 004. Press ENTER 2 times (watch out, it moves on the display) and you will be looking at 101 : OPERATOR if it's still unprogrammed. Keep pressing NEXT until you get to the one you want to change and use a combination of the keypad and the AUTO ANS button to spell out the new name. The STORE button saves it, the right arrow and clear button step back and forth on the line you're entering.
You can pick up the handset and drop it back into the cradle when you're done to exit.