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Does Call Park has a Time Out option

Just wondering if Call Park has a Time Out option after so many minutes.

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Call park has both a recall and timeout value. By default in a TDA-100/200 it's 60 seconds and 30 minutes. The adjustment is only through a PC, not from a telephone.

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Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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Set time hour day


Comdial DX-80
  • Press "Feature" "#" "*" and enter your password (default is "########").
  • Press "Show" and "0814"
  • Press "Save" and then "Show".
  • The option to change the year appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the year and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the month appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the month and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the day appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the date and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the weekday appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" until you see the day you want. Press "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the hour appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the hour in military format and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the minutes appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the minutes and then "Save".
  • Press the "On/Off" button to exit the programming mode.

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We have two lines that have been placed on park, how do we unpark them?


Depends what type of park but try dialling 501, 502, etc. This should pick up the calls in park so you can release the lines. Doing a complete system reboot will solve it to, but its a bit radical. The other option is if in fact its not a park but a swca hold. In which case you can google feature keys and get the feature codes from there.

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On my TG 2740 Panasonic base unit the 'answer on' light blinks constantly and 'all mail box full' is blinking also but there are only 17 messages. How do I clear the blinking light and the all mail box...


If mail box is full, you cannot record any more messages, and the answering machine is practically useless. You must clear some messages.
Try playing the messages one by one. While a message is being played hit the Erase button. If that works, repeat with every unimportant message.

Most cordless telephone answering machines have a maximum of 14 minutes recording time. You can restrict the length of messages people are allowed to leave. Most default options are 1min or 4 minutes. Some machines give you the option to select Announcement Only. When this option is selected people hear the announcement but cannot leave a message.

Read you manual for more configuration options.

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How to set date and time for uniden model XDECT 7055 + 1


you have to do it from the hand set, go into menu, using the arrows scroll down to date and time , use the arrows to select date , then hit select do the same for the time, then when the am option flashes use arrows then select , then its done , hope this helps

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Have the comdial phone 7260-00 HAC and need to change the time


Timeset for
Comdial DX-80
  • Press "Feature" "#" "*" and enter your password (default is "########").
  • Press "Show" and "0814"
  • Press "Save" and then "Show".
  • The option to change the year appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the year and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the month appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the month and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the day appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the date and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the weekday appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" until you see the day you want. Press "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the hour appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the hour in military format and then "Save" and "Next.
  • The option to change the minutes appears. Press "Next" to skip. To change, press "Chg" then enter 2 digits for the minutes and then "Save".
  • Press the "On/Off" button to exit the programming mode.
Carl

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When a call is parked, we only have a minute to divert the call otherwise it then rings all the phones is there a way of delaying the set time period?


Programming2.gif is done on 7310, 7324 and 7316 type sets.Enter programming2.gif by pressing the feature key followed by **266344.When prompted to enter the password enter 266344.
The screen should say TERMINALS&SETS. The 4 top line/feature keys are now used for programming2.gif.
At the terminals&sets prompt, press the show key (top right arrow). The display should now ask for an extension number. Enter extension number you want to change the pool on.
Press the next key 6 times (bottom right arrow) .
The display should saySystem Prgrming.
Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should say Hunt groups
Press the next key 2 times (bottom right arrow) .
The display should say Featr Settings.
Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should say backgrnd Music
Press the next key 4 times (bottom right arrow) .
The display should say Park Timeout:60
Press the Chng soft key till you change the park timer to the desired time length.
Press the release key when finished

Oct 01, 2009 | NorStar T7316E Corded Phone

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How to set the time on our phone


Follow the instructions listed below. You shouldn't have any problems

Step 1
Press the FEATURE key followed by **8463
Password Retry Step 2
Press 266344 on the dial pad buttons to enter the DEFAULT password. Your password MAY BE DIFFERENT! The display will show the following options:
Hour: 01 Next Change Step 3
Select CHANGE - the display will show the following options:
Hour: __ Cancl Step 4
Use the dial pad buttons to enter the hour. You must use two digits for all hours (i.e. "08" for 8 o'clock). You will be prompted to enter AM or PM. Select CHANGE and OK to choose PM. AM OK Change Step 5
After you have entered the hours, select NEXT. The display will show minutes as 00. Use the dial pad buttons to enter the minutes. If you are just changing the time, press the RELEASE (RLS) button to end your session. The time will be changed and the date will remain the same.
If you want to change the date, select NEXT.
Minutes: 00 Next Change Step 6
The display will show 99 as the year. Using two digits, enter the year using the dial pad buttons (i.e. "05" for 2005).
Select NEXT, and repeat to change the month and the day.

Year: 99 Next Change Step 7
Once you have entered the day, press the RELEASE (RLS) key to end your session. This will save the changed time and date

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How to change time on my T7316E Nortel phone


Step 1
Press the FEATURE key followed by **8463
Password Retry Step 2
Press 266344 on the dial pad buttons to enter the DEFAULT password. Your password MAY BE DIFFERENT! The display will show the following options:
Hour: 01 Next Change Step 3
Select CHANGE - the display will show the following options:
Hour: __ Cancl Step 4
Use the dial pad buttons to enter the hour. You must use two digits for all hours (i.e. "08" for 8 o'clock). You will be prompted to enter AM or PM. Select CHANGE and OK to choose PM. AM OK Change Step 5
After you have entered the hours, select NEXT. The display will show minutes as 00. Use the dial pad buttons to enter the minutes. If you are just changing the time, press the RELEASE (RLS) button to end your session. The time will be changed and the date will remain the same.
If you want to change the date, select NEXT.
Minutes: 00 Next Change Step 6
The display will show 99 as the year. Using two digits, enter the year using the dial pad buttons (i.e. "05" for 2005).
Select NEXT, and repeat to change the month and the day.

Year: 99 Next Change Step 7
Once you have entered the day, press the RELEASE (RLS) key to end your session. This will save the changed time and date.

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How do I erase the "I Select" features from the Vista 390 screen?


None of the phone numbers I have to delete this annoying problem work anymore. Is there another solution out there?

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Date & time.


To reset system time you must be at the attendant station and with the handset cradled:
Dial: #06 4321 1 # (4321 is the default password)
Then:#55 YY, MM, DD, W, HH, MM, # time will be saved and phone will go back to normal operation.

Naming convention:
YY - Last two digits of the year
MM - Month (1-12)
DD - Day of month (1-31)
W - Day of Week (monday = 1.... sunday = 7)
HH - Hour (24hr format)
MM - Minutes (00-59)

ex: To set the time For Monday, Jan. 5, 2009 at 8:31pm I would enter: 09 01 05 1 20 31 #

Good Luck,
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