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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like you are using a voicemail service from a provider, meaning you did not buy the voicemail system with the phone system. If you confirm, I can tell you how to fix this.
Posted on May 13, 2008
Dial into voicemail
1234# (default pswd)
option 3 is for Auto Attendatns
Will ask for the Auto Attendant Number (1-4)
Will ask if you want Day (1) or Night (2)
Will ask if you want to Listen (2) or Modify (6) MODIFY
You will be prompted to enter a "selector code" when finished entering selector codes, "Press *#"
just press STAR(*) POUND(#)
At this point you will be at the recording menu, just recording a greeting. MAKE SURE YOU CONFIRM by pressing STAR(*) POUND(#)
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Changing the vms hunt delay on a Partner ACS system is done on either ext 10 or 11. At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming
enter in "#505"
the display should say vms hunt delayand mode:
enter 1 for day mode or 2 for night mode
enter line you want to program in 2 digit format (line 1 =01)
enter number of rings (2)
press feature "00" to logout
hope that helps
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
SOURCE: AUTO ATTENDANT NOT ANSWERING
There is about three to four programs that need to be set up in your phone system in order to do this , the program number my be a little different depending on the partner system you have .
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Are the mailboxes set up?? What happens is a call goes to an extension, there is one program set to tell the system that if a call rings 4 times, go here(voicemail). Once it goes there, the voicemail system sees that there is or is not a mailbox matching that extension. If there is, the call goes to voicemail, if not, it transfers to the operator.
OR.....Does your system display the correct time? Its possible that the phone system lost its programming, and doesnt know where the voicemail is.
Both might need a professional tech on site...a bit too hard to help over a forum.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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