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Change message in ccr mailbox

I purchased a business with a Nortel system in place. I need to change information set up in the CCR such as emergency contact phone number, etc. The previous owner just left the manual and said good luck. I have figured out what the mailbox numbers are for these outgoing information messages but have no idea how to change them. I am entering the system under 983, password, other, ccr...I've been trying to figure this out for hours and am ready to throw the whole system out the window. Please someone tell me you can help me figure this out. When I try to change or delete the mailbox (I figured maybe if I deleted it I could set up another one) it gives me a message that it is being used in tree 1. Help!

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SOURCE: Nortel T7316E need to reset all the password

How to Change a Mailbox Password 1. To access the voice mail system press Feature.
2. Press 9 8 3.
3. When you see Log: enter ~ SETNNA (738662) and press OK
4. Pswd: CONFIG (266344)
5. Press "MBOX".
6. Press "CHNG".
7. Enter the mailbox number you wish to reset.
8. Press "Reset".
9. Press "Rls" to exit (orange button to the right of the number buttons).
Default password is "0000".

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SOURCE: Also trying to initialize voicemail, says Feature 983 inactive

Feature 983 gives cess to System Administration; This Feature will ask for a Log:

Feature 981 Opens A Mailbox your mailbox # should consist of three digits. First what is the name of your mailbox system?

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SOURCE: My company acquired a facility with an existing

You must initialize the general delivery mailbox. Dial into mail box 100 and record a name.


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SOURCE: Disabling CCR Tree on M7310

Did you try F832, then select off?

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SOURCE: I have mistakenly changed the password to the CCR

to reset the administrator pasword enter feature 985 press 9, at the password prompt enter 73738767793 (resetsmpwsd) and press ok or #,press yes to reset password. password should be defaulted to 0000. then try Feature 983. if your system has 2 digit intercom #s your password is 120000.

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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Put the staff extensions in a seperate greeting but able to make it play at all times by pushing a button for example "You have reached......... " and at the end "for a list of the staff extensions pr

You need CCR which is more complex.

AA/Grtg/Grtg/1 = Thank you for calling ABC
AA/Grtg/Grtg/2 = Thank you for calling ABC we are now closed
AA/Table/1/Morn = Grtg 1
AA/Table/1/After = Grtg 1
AA/Table/1/Even = Grtg 2

CCR Path 0 = If you know your parties ext plz enter it now
for list of staff press 1
PATH 1 = MENU, record list of Staff

You need to disable the CCR Tree in Table before you can make changes. DISABLE to disable or 1 to enable.

You should get a tech in to do this and train you how. 1 hour should do it.

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No one in my work place knows how to work our phones. We use Nortel Networks T7316, it doesn't help that they don't make this model anymore :/. I was put in charge on setting everything up which i've done...

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
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Changing CCR tree...

Ok, for the first part:

Changing the Greeting in the Auto Attendant via CCR tree... you have to get into the ADMIN mailbox:
-> FEATURE 9 8 3
-> Password 1020000 for 3 digit extensions -or- 120000 for 2 digit extensions

(these are the default password, but can be changed)
-> CCR
-> TREE 1 and press OK
-> Path 0
-> REC then press PLAY to listen to the greeting, and ensure that is the one that you need to change
-> REC the new message
-> remember to SAVE! otherwise all is for not.
THIS MAY BE REQUIRED FOR OTHER TREES ex 2 or 3, listen too all trees and change if required... same steps to get into the trees and prompts.

Ok, second part:
To change the locations of where Press 1 goes do that same steps as above, but Path 1 is for number 1...
Path 2 is for the number 2... so on and so forth.

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Re recording the CCR tree

You will have to determine which CCR tree is in use. Typically Greeting table 1 is associated with Company greeting 1 and CCR tree 1. After you log into the voice mail admin box choose "OTHR" then choose CCR, then ADMIN. enter 1 for tree 1. I believe at this point you get an admin option. Choose that and you should see "path:' Enter 0 for the path and you will see your record option. Do your recording and then choose end and save as tree 1. If you still have problems send me your email and I will forward you a cheat sheet I put together for the AA/CCR changes. I've been working on the Norstar/BCM - NAM/Callpilot line for quite soem time so there are very few things I don't know about these systems.


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