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My phone will not go to answer mode

I have set up my voice mail but the phone just rings out. about 25sec to time out.

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If you have "set up" voice mail, you must have dialed a number to get there, like 165 or 500 or something. You have to tell the phone to forward calls to it. From the intercom, start with *7104 and the extension of the voice mail group plus #. There are 5 levels of Call Forwarding and 3 conditions. The *710x forwards both intercom and outside calls where 2 is ALL 3 is busy 4 is no answer and 5 is BUSY/NA. There's more, but these are the basic. Once you set it, the FWD/DND button acts as a toggle to turn it on and off.

If you're into punishment, try page 192 of the attached pdf. It explains all of the Call Forward and Do Not Disturb options, as well as all of the set operating instructions for a TDA system.

http://public.carl.airpost.net/TDA/200_TDA_OM_06-121.pdf

Carl





Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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