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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.
TIME/DATE ADJUSTMENT: Press Function/Exit/Ch on the handset. Press the up & down arrow keys until it points to 'program' Press the Fwd/Edit > (yes key) Press the up & down arrow keys until it points to 'tad program' Press the Fwd/Edit > (yes key) the base unit will now display programming opitons. Press '0'...'set time' is announced Enter the time (hour & minute) using a 4-digit number (Ex. To set 9:30 enter 0930) Press * to select AM or PM Press # repeatedly to set the day.
SELECTING THE NUMBER OF RINGS: Press Function/Exit/Ch on the handset Press the up & down arrow keys until it points to 'program' Press the Fwd/Edit > (yes key) Press the up & down arrow keys until it points to 'tad program' Press the Fwd/Edit > (yes key) the base unit will now display programming opitons.
Press '2'...the current setting is displayed on the base unit Press 0 or 2 or 7 to set the number of rings (0='Toll Saver, 2=Two rings, 7=Seven rings) Press Fwd/Edit (save key) a beep will sound To return to normal mode press Function/Exit/Ch
I HOPE THIS HELPS! I copied it from my phone manual! Best of luck! Emma
On base station: menu>base setup>ok>edit voice mail>ok>
then enter number to access voice mail for your service provider. I have Grande phone service so I entered *78. Press ok then exit.
I don't have the built in answering service so I was trying to access my Grande voice mail, but when I pressed the message button, it asked me to enter my Earth Link password. We haven't used Earth Link for a couple of years. This fixed the problem. I just had to mess with it some to figure it out. The blinking light on the handset next to my bed was driving me crazy so I had to figure it out!
How to Change a Mailbox Password
1. To access the voice mail system press "Feature". 2. Press "983". 3. When you see "Log:" enter "120000" for 2 digit extension numbers, enter "1020000" for 3 digit extension numbers. 4. Press "OK". 5. Press "MBOX". 6. Press "CHNG". 7. Enter the mailbox number you wish to reset. 8. Press "Reset". 9. Press "Rls" to exit (orange button to the right of the number buttons).
Default password is "0000".
I assume you are talking about a cell phone. The number is stored in the setup area of the phone, or, sometimes, in the telephone address book, where it was placed by your carrier during account setup. Your carrier's customer service can also tell you the voice mail number associated with your cell number. If an office phone, then the access number is your regular phone number. Just consult the manual for how to enter vocie mail from a remote call. Example: on Lucent Partner, it is *7.