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How do I listen to my messages at another location?

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Select the model of your VTech system from the list beginning at http://www.vtechphones.com/support/general/manuals to download a copy of the manual.

Posted on Jun 18, 2014

  • kakima Jun 18, 2014

    Sorry, enter the model of your system into the box on that page.

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Step 1 Compose your message ahead of time. If not, you may end up stumbling, looking for the right words while you are recording your message or leaving out some important details. Composing your message before you begin recording will save you from having to record several messages before you find one with which you are satisfied.
  • Step 2 Make it easy for your callers to listen your message. Record your message in a relatively quiet room without background noise. Speak loudly and clearly. For the benefit of callers who don't have much time, make your message as brief and to the point as possible.
  • Step 3 Begin the recording process by first locating the "Change" button on your answering machine. This button initializes the answering machine for adjustments to the settings of the various features.
  • Step 4 Locate the microphone on your answering machine and lean towards it until you are about nine inches away.
  • Step 5 Locate the "Annc" button. Press and hold the "Annc" button until it beeps. Begin recording your message.
  • Step 6 Watch the message window while you are recording your message. It keeps track of how much time has elapsed since you began recording. You can record a message that is up to three minutes long.
  • Step 7 Locate the "Stop" button and press it when you have finished recording your message. The answering machine will play your message back at this point. If you are not satisfied with your message, repeat the steps to record it again.
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    While you are away from your home or
    office, you can use a touch-tone phone,
    or a pulse (rotary) phone with a pocket
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    RadioShack store) to enter your PIN and
    do any of the following:
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    answer calls
    • listen to your messages
    • record a new outgoing message
    • erase messages
    • monitor the room where the phone
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    • You can also listen to the message
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    • When the phone is operating from a remote location, it stops all answering functions
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    • The remote playback of incoming messages is limited to 4 minutes. If you have
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    • When using remote operation, you can only delete the current message during
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    4 Delete current message during playback.
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    7 Record or stop recording a new outgoing message.
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    • Step 2:Locate the microphone on your answering machine and lean towards it until you are about nine inches away.
    • Step 3:Locate the "Annc" button. Press and hold the "Annc" button until it beeps. Begin recording your message.
    • Step 4:Watch the message window while you are recording your message. It keeps track of how much time has elapsed since you began recording. You can record a message that is up to three minutes long.
    • Step 5:Locate the "Stop" button and press it when you have finished recording your message. The answering machine will play your message back at this point. If you are not satisfied with your message, repeat the steps to record it again.
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