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'after hour' voice mail set, how to activiate it?

Just set up an 'after hour' voice mail but I don't know how to activiate it and because the manual got lost I don't know how to switch it on when the office are closed.

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  • jessicale Mar 02, 2009

    Thanks Carl for trying, I tried and it did not work.

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You can force the system into nigjht mode with the *7801 command (*7800 puts it back into day mode). If your installer programmed automatic switching, it will only hold until the next timed event occurs. If there is no program, it will stay in whatever mode you put it in forever.

Carl

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro Mar 02, 2009

    So what do you plan on doing now?



    The sad part of a blind rating system is that you downgrade my solution without saying what happened. You have a phone connected to a system. It HAS TO BE a TDA system and the command codes for DAY/NIGHT service begin with *780 because that's what the manual says. It takes 4 or 5 other steps to set this up, but you didn't ask for those steps, only how to "put the system into night mode".



    I can take the TFT rating and keep my status. Next time I guess I'll remember to not even answer questions with multiple answers and just stick to the YES NO solutions.



    As for your solution, Consult a dealer.

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