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Change night message

We can not change the message already on our phone please help as we need to update the night message

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The night mode message that is being used is the main phone's (phone with lowest Ext. number) night mode message that was customized through it's voice mail.go on the main phone and listen to its voice mail. (voice mail ext. usually 165)continue listening until you hear some options.select the voicemail management optionthen select the change personal greeting optionthen select the after hours greeting optionhope this helps!

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Wat the system??
may need to check the night mode program n also the voice message setting for night message

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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