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I forgot my voicemail password

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SOURCE: I don't know the voicemail password; I am trying to reset it to the default

you will need to log in from a main phone or phone with LCD screen and go to the set you need to set to default in the menu...this maybe only be done through your vendor unless you know the system password to get into the configuration mode.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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VoIP in this case is probably the way you'e going to have outside telephone numbers delivered to your premise. They usually come with boxes that you would plug a regular phone into and get dial tone, or in this case, you'll wire each Analog Terminal Adapter, ATA jack to the line side of a trunk in the DS-1000.

Since the DS has 3 lines per jack, you're going to either need an adapter that breaks out L1 L2 and L3 or someone who can wire a 6-pin jack and use a 6-wire modular to modular cord to break out your individual lines to the ATA's.

It's a fairly quick job if you know how to do it.

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Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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In most TD systems, the voice mail has an access code of 165. The owner of the system (mailbox 999) can reset any password by following the prompts.

Carl

Posted on Apr 19, 2011

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