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Press SET UP when in idle mode and the system announces the current number of rings setting. Press right/SKIP or left/REPEAT until the system announces the desired setting, then press SET UP to save the setting and go to the next setting, or press /PLAY/STOP to save and return to the idle mode.
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The feature your looking for is custom call routing(CCR). If your using 4 digit DN's then you probably have larger office environment which I'm not sure that a CCR tree will handle efficently. To build your CCR tree, enter into voicemail admin programming, press the OTHR soft key, then the CCR soft key ehn the ADMIN key enter in a CCR tree number, then press build At this point you would enter in the number of the path you want to build and what it will do. ex. path 1 means when I press 1 on the dialpad I want it to call Mary's extension(transfer, internal, ext 2221) When your finished building your paths you'll need to save your tree.then you'll need to enable the CCR tree under AA,TABLE, Grtg Table:1, then press next til you see CCR tree: none. Press the CHNG soft key then 1 on the dialpad and ok. That will enable CCR tree 1 to work in greeting table 1. Theres a large section dedicated to building and changing CCR trees in the Nortel voicemail manuals so don't be discouraged if you don't get it on your first try. good luck
every phone comes with a code
this code when entered while you hear the message stored in the answering machine, will stop the recorded message and will announce various options that you can choose from to do some task including listening to the voicemails.....
so read the manual to find the way to get the code from your devise, the code can be changed when ever you want
Lift the handset for your telephone and listen for the dial tone. Dial the access code you were given by Verizon when you signed up for residential telephone service. Dialing the access code will call the voicemail system. If you do not have an access code, you will need to call Verizon Customer Service (see link in Resources).
Identify the telephone number you are setting up voicemail services for. If you are calling from that telephone number, enter the temporary passcode and then press "#." The temporary passcode is the last 4 digits of your residential telephone number. If you are calling from a different phone, press "*" when the system greeting starts to play, then enter the 10-digit telephone number when prompted. After this, you will be asked to input the temporary passcode.
Choose a new passcode. The passcode must be from 4 to 8 digits in length. It should be easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess. Do not use easy to guess numbers, such as 1234 or 1111. Also do not re-enter the same temporary passcode, since it will be easy for anyone to guess.
Record your name. Simply say your name, without a long complicated message. This recording is used by the voicemail system to identify you whenever you forward a message to another user. It is not used as the standard greeting when a caller is directed to your voicemail to leave a message.
Record or change your personal greeting. This greeting is played any time someone reaches your voicemail box. Record a friendly greeting to announce that you are unavailable and will return all calls upon your return. Decide if you want to set up a different mailbox for each family member. Verizon residential telephone service allows you to set up multiple mailboxes so that everyone can have his own private message center. Callers who reach voicemail will be prompted to press "1" to leave a message for one person, press "2" for the next person, and so on.
Hang up the telephone. When you have finished setting up the voicemail system on your Verizon residential phone line, hang up the phone to end the call and exit the voicemail system.
Most voicmail systems can be connected to via land line. You do this by calling your cell phone waiting for it to go to voicemail then when you here the voice you press the * button. It should begin the routine to access your mail. I am not sure that this will result in anything different but it is worth a try.
it wont ever work.this is a nortel proprietary telephone and will only work on the nortel products. there is also issues with voltages etc.you are lucky if you have not damaged the ptt end of your home line remove it as quickly as you can...hope this helps
Flip open the top cover on the right hand side. Swich the selectors to the same position for the announcement you want to change. Press the change button and then the announce button. Start recording, hit the stop button when complete. The new announcement will automatically play.
I have ATT VOIP service. You are probably recording your messages on your ATT voicemail. Change the # of rings for the voice mail to pick to more than the answering machine picks up. You have to get into your account and look for the section that allows you to do that.