Question about NorStar M7310 Corded Phone
Use feature *0 to query what each is set to.
use feature *1 to program the button for an external number
use feature *2 to program the button for an internal number
use feature *3 to program the button for a feature code
Feature *2 (Press Button to be programmed) 221 (the internal number you wish to set)
You can download the manual here: http://telecom.tamu.edu/userguides/M7310_17.pdf
Posted on Oct 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Press FEATURE * * 2 6 6 3 4 4
2. Enter Password: 2 6 6 3 4 4
3.Press the top grey button (the set on the lower right hand side with the grey buttons closest together)
4. press the button under the one you just pushed until you get the desired name/ or the one with no name
5.press the same button as in number 3 (once only)
6.press the same button as in number 4 (2 times) you should get the name and a soft key button for change
7.type the name like a text message
8. once you filled it in hit the same button as in number 4.
9. hit release
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
SOURCE: change name on a Nortel M7324
1. Press the Rls button then ** FEATURE 266344 (CONFIG)
2. Password is 23646 (ADMIN) The display reads Terminals & Sets
3. Press SHOW ans enter the Extension for which you want to enter a name.
4. Press SHOW, again
5. Press the NEXT key until the display reads NAMES at the top left corner.
6. The bottom right corner reads CHANGE, press the far right soft key.
7. To move from one letter to the next use the far right and far left soft keys or the # key.
8. When you are finished Press next.
9. Press the HEADING key to get back to TERMINALS & SETS and start again!
Navigation Keys: Line 1 = HEADING Speed Dial = SHOW
Line 2 = BACK Last No. = NEXT
This can only be done from the main handset and only one at a time. The Soft Keys are the three small buttons right bellow the screen.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Programming is done on 7310, 7324 and 7316 type sets.
Enter programming 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 programming.
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 name on.
Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should say LINE ACCESS
Press the next key (bottom right arrow) .
The display should say CAPABILITIES.
Press the next key (bottom right arrow) .
The display say Name.
press the Chng soft key. (or the clear key to erase)
use the dial pad to enter the name. advance using the arrow soft key to go to the next letter
ex. Bill = 2,2 -> 4,4,4 -> 5,5,5 -> 5,5,5
Press the next key (bottom right arrow) to enter the name.
Press the release key when finished
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
SOURCE: Hello. I have a M7310
What? They are either programmed or not programmed. If the button is blank, I'm voting for NOT programmed.
If your system is old enough, it's probably lost the backup battery. Ugly things, like pulse dial and only 2 lines are what usually happens, along with losing all of the button mapping but your 2 lines and the default programs of LNR, CONF, etc.
If it's just one phone, there's no magic recall. You'll just have to reprogram it. Same with the system if you've lost everything, but I"d call a repair tech first to fix the battery on the software cartridge.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
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