Re: change the number of rings when the voicemail picks...
You will have to go through the programing button. You know the one you hit and it tells you the time the dat and how many rings etc. re program it for the max rings it will allow usually only 4 but maybe yours will do 7 Not sure, If you have the manual it will tell you. You should always keep manuals to everything you but, just throw them into a bag somewhere at leastyou'll have them when you need them I usually keep a pair of reading glasses in the bag too. Good Luck !!
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To change the ring count, refer to the documentation for whatever answering machine or voicemail system you have on your phone line. If you require further assistance, please add a comment to this question and identify the answering machine or voicemail system.
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To change the ring count on an answering machine or voicemail system, refer to the documentation for that system. If you require further assistance, please add a comment to this question and identify the answering machine or voicemail system.