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System Directory I'm having trouble entering phone numbers to the system directory so all users can access the speed dials. I can enter numbers into the personal directory just fine, but can't for the life of me work out how to put numbers into the system directory.

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Re: System Directory

I assume you have the manual. I found it very difficult to follow, very poor. While "on hook" enter the number you want to call. Press "store" or "enter". Enter the name referring to the graphics chart on pages 7 & 8. It is set up for Alpha characters and it depends on which software is installed on your phone. Example: If you want the letter "A" you press the number 2 one time. If you want the number "2", you have press "2" seven times to display the number 2. Use the toggle key to move to the next letter or number you want to enter. When you have finished press "Store". It may take awhile but that's how its done. Not a very good system for the average consumer in my opinion. But that's how its done. I was unable to upload the manual. Here's the link if you don't have it:

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Using a Panasonic KX-T7730 phone can I load speed dial names to the phone so when dialing the speed dial number the name comes up who you are calling?


This manual will show you a graphical instruction on how to do it.

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Jul 18, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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How do I edit a phone number in the system directory? Regards John

The system directory sits in system program 001. It's access from the control phone, usually the first one in the system (101) and from there you press PROG **1234 and dial 001 ENTER If you keep pressing ENTER it will step through the numbers from 001 to 999, or between the first and second ENTER you can dial a 3-digit number. EXIT a few times or pick up the handset and drop it back down exits programming.


Jun 17, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Can you retreive the last number of a person calling you

Using the Call Log or Directories
You can make a call with the call log or directories as follows:
Outgoing Call Log
Incoming Call Log
Extension Number Directory
System Speed Dialing Directory
Personal Speed Dialing Directory
Calling with a call log or directory
While on-hook
>Press Left or Right
until desired log/
directory appears.
>Press ENTER.
>Press Up or Down until
desired item appears.
To cancel or exit, press cancel or exit.
Clearing the log information
>While confirming the log information
>Press Up or Down until
desired item appears.
>Press "CLEAR".
Storing the caller's information for the Personal Speed Dialing Directory
>While confirming the log information
>Press Up or
Down until
desired item
>Press STORE or
>Press STORE or
>Press "EXIT" or
To enter characters, refer to "Entering Characters".

Apr 15, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Our office has Samsung KPDCS-12B LCD phones. How to we store and delete numbers please ?

to program the directory on a 12 button handse;

Press the TSFR key

Enter 200

Enter code 1234

=/- key to enable

Speaker key

Your next command will be the MMC required.

To program the system speed dial directory

Enter 705 - Speed dial 12th Button down to toggle between

Enter 706 - Speed Name the 2 MMC

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I have Toshiba dkt2010-sd telephones and need to update our speed dial directory, but the person who did this left. How do I reprogram the numbers?

it depend on the system, but usually on the main phone Ext:10 or 200 press redial then speed dial then "BIN" number ( 10-49 for user 60-99 on system dials or 600-699 for large system dials) then type the number with 9 in front if you dial that to dial out .. finish by pressing redial.

Dec 22, 2009 | Toshiba DKT-2010 Corded Phone

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How do I program numbers into the system (not personal) speed dial directory on the KX-T7630

The installer or system manager has access to system program 001, either by a phone or by the maintenance console. All system speed dial numbers and names are entered from there.


Oct 08, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Having trouble entering speed dials - please help!

Not knowing the specific model of the phone system itself (the PBX cabinet in the telephone closet) I would guess you are using the "personal directory" and it only has 10 number memory and it goes from 0-9. The system directory will give you more mems.

Sep 03, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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Setting the date

By programming, these are programs 000,001 and 002 for Date and Time, Speed Dial number, and Speed Dial Name.

Date and time programming is easy, I don't wish manual speed dial entry on my worst enemy. However, if you like a challenge, I'm going to give you a link to the programming manual.

Start with page 12, since you'll need it to get into programming.
Your key sequences begin on page 16. After you put the first 5 or 10 speed dial numbers and names in, you'll get the hang of entering names in the directory. Nothing changes until you press ENTER or STORE. Each speed dial number starts with a trunk access code (usually 9) as part of the number. In name entry, each time you press the key it changes a letter. In a TDA IIRC 7 presses of the 2 key will get you ABCabc2.


Mar 19, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Speed dial access

It's easier if you have access to the database to put in names with the numbers, but in the simplest sense, you can take a piece of paper, write down locations, and start entering numbers.


They are added in sytsem speed dial from the first extension or one designated as the manager's phone. PROG **1234 gets you into programming and 001 is the system speed dial area. With a combination of NEXT's and ENTER, you can be looking at SD 000 (ie PROG **1234 NEXT NEXT ENTER NEXT) and you're ready to enter a speed dial in bin 000. The complete number starts with an access code (9) plus the number as you would dial it. For example 918005551212 ENTER puts that number in bin 000. NEXT will step to 001.


Press INTERCOM or select a line and press AUTODIAL and dial the 3 digit code. If your installer was lazy, you will have a problem as "9" selects the highest line in a trunk group, one that you might not have. In that case, he'll either have to program the system properly, or you will always have to pre-select a line to use speed dial.

Notice that this is just hte instructions for SYSTEM speed dial. I guessed that it was what you're looking for. Personal speed dial is a different set of instructions and it could be either under a button or in your 10 or 100 number personal directory (so that's where the 2 digit SD's went :-))

Anyway, if you need those instructions and can't find them in the user manual, please post back.


Nov 21, 2008 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Changing numbers?

To program the personal directory Its diferent to program the system directory. the personal has 8 number capaciti and the system has 999 number. To program the System directory
1.- Enter to PBX program mode from your station 101
2.- Choose program 001 to enter the quick dial numbers
3.- Choose program 002 to enter (Or change ) the Labels

Jul 05, 2008 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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