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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For both of you, the answer isn't easy....unless it's already set up in the sytsem and you just have to dial the magic number :-)
Depending on how it was installed, the Pana TD system has either automatic or manual switching to DAY/NIGHT mode. If your NIGHT program is set up to send calls to voice mail, you can just put the system in nights by dialing 781 on the intercom, and I think in a TD you can do that from any phone. 780 returns it to days. IIRC the * button on a idle display phone will tell you what mode the system is in, as well as when you dial the 78x codes, it will beep once if it changes or twice if it was already in that mode.
If none of this works, or you already have Auto D/N switching set up and it doesn't or never worked, it's going to require some system programming. Your friendly Pana installer will be happy to do that for you.
I was told that the day and night settings in the local applications must be the same. It is in your night call routing table that you need to place the extension in order for the system to know which recording to play when. Then, your system will play the application when it is set in night mode. Hint: When you place the extension in the call routing tables make sure the extension is placed ABOVE the +ALL CALLS line, if applicable, and your ring-in-destination is set to your appropriate application recording. I hope this helps.
Although this has probably been solved. The solution would be to have each user dial voice mail and log into their mailbox. Once logged in press 0 (zero), if you are given more options then this is the administrator's box. Follow the prompts to change the company greeting for day or night mode. If this does not work you will need to call a qualified technician who will log into the voice mail with a PC.
I have the manual for the DCS series and there is no help regarding this.
It does say how to turn from auto to manual and make sure that the time is correct.
1. If the manual NIGHT key is pressed BEFORE the system automatically enters night service then the automatic night service timer tables will be overriden until the system is manually restored to day mode.
2. If AFTER the system automatically enters the night service tables and will not be overriden.