I WOULD LIKE TO PULL UP CALLER ID AND ADD A 1 TO THE BEGINNING OF A LONG DISTANCE CALL SO THAT I CAN CALL THAT NUMBER WITHOUT HAVING TO INPUT THE ENTIRE NUMBER AGAIN. MY OLD UNIDEN DID THIS, MY NEW UNIDEN DOES NOT? CAN YOU HELP?
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Panasonic KX-TA624/824 automatic Caller ID logging
How to set up automatic Caller ID logging
in the KX-TA624 phone system with KX-T7735 phones. (for dash four and five, and KX-TA824) System Programming:
In System Program number 900, enable Caller ID for the lines you have Caller ID on. (To get into system programming, press Program * # 1234.)
In System Program number 901, select your own area code and any other area codes that don't have to be dialed when making a call. The area code digits are removed from Caller ID log information so you can return a call without dialing unnecessary digits which would mess up the call.
In System Program number 902, if necessary, indicate the number of digits to be removed, and a particular digit (usually 1) that might have to be added, when returning a local phone call. The default programming is to remove the first three digits, and add nothing; which is correct for most locations.
In System Program 903, if necessary, indicate the number of digits to be removed, and up to 4 digits that might have to be added, when returning a long distance phone call. The default programming is to not remove any digits, and add a 1; which is correct for most locations.
In System Program number 909, enable Call Log Assignment for each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. You can use * to indicate you want logging at all phones.
Get out of system programming. (Press Hold or End, then Program.)
Program a button for Caller ID Indication on each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. Press Program, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Indication (we recommend the top button in the left column), then 96, then Store, then Hold, then Program. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 6 instead of 96.)
At each phone where you want to log all calls, press intercom, then 7382#.
The Caller ID Indication button will light up only when the system has logged UN-answered calls.
Use the Navigator Key at the lower right corner of the phone to scroll through Caller ID information.
You can erase the entire Caller ID log by pressing Intercom, then 70**#
You can erase an individual Caller ID record by pressing Transfer while the information is displayed.
If your phone does not have a Navigator Key, you can program an available button for Caller ID Selection. Press Program, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Selection, then 97, then Store, then Hold, then Program. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 7 instead of 97.)
To call a number displayed on the Caller ID log, pick up the handset or press the speakerphone button, and press the Caller ID Indication button.
Using the Caller ID and Redial Lists Caller ID (CID) is a service available from your telephone provider that shows the phone number (and sometimes the caller's name) of incoming calls. Contact your telephone provider for more information. Caller ID list
When a call comes in, the phone displays the number and name (if available) of the caller.
The phone saves the information for the last 30 received calls to the
When it's in standby, the handset shows how many calls came in since the last time you checked the CID list.
Each handset remembers the last 5 numbers you dialed on it. The redial list is separate for each handset.
. Press and hold the dial/menu button until "Options Menu" is shown in the display. 2. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the options below, and press the dial/menu button to select the desired option you wish to set: • Set Language • Local Area Code • Set Time/Date • Set Flash Time • LED Contrast • Set Tone/Pulse • Exit Options 3. Use the up/down buttons to adjust the setting, and press the dial/menu button to confirm and set. NOTE: It is important to set the Area code so that the telephone can distinguish local or long distance calls when dialing from the Caller ID list. NOTE: Time and Date will automatically set when you recieve the first or second Caller ID
To open the caller ID list, press CALLER-ID/RIGHT (cursor-right on the circular cursor pad).
To open the redial list, press REDIAL/PAUSE.
Use cursor-up/down to select the desired entry and press MENU/SELECT. Select "DELETE ENTRY and press MENU/SELECT. In addition, in the caller ID list you will have the "DELETE ALL" option.
The above are from the "Using the Caller ID and Redial Lists" section of the manual (page 11 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one at http://www.uniden.com/content/ebiz/uniden/resources/ownersmanuals/DECT1480-2om.pdf
First thing, the Call Pilot is your voicemail, not your telephone system. Your telephone system is most likely a Norstar CICs unit.
If the lines(trunks) are analog, it is the local telco provider that is handing out your caller ID.
Outgoing caller ID is not one of the features of the system for analog circuits. If you were running a PRI or BRI, then the system can hand out the caller ID. I would ask your telco provider to check the outgoing caller ID once again.
Go to your menu and select "Setting". In the setting environment, press select, this will take you to Tone Settings- Display Settings-Profile-Time Settings-Call Settings. Then select "Call Settings", this will give you 6 options beginning at "Call Forwarding-Automatic redial-call waiting-Send my caller ID-Line for outgoing calls-No screening". Select "Send My Call ID".Default - Yes - No will be the available options. Choose "No". Return thereafter to my your call. All calls will not display your mobile phone number to the recipient. In order to display your number in subequent calls, repeat the whole process and select "Yes" to display your mobile number. Take care.
Here is a link to the site containing a pdf manual link and this is an excerpt for you :
Long Distance calls and Area Code Setting/Cancellation
While the present Caller ID information is displayed, pressing */tone/< will place
or remove the prefix "1" in the display to set the call for a long distance call, or
pressing #/> will set or cancel an area code (see page 30).
Storing Caller ID messages in the Phonebook
Messages shown in the Caller ID list can be stored in the phonebook. The phone
number and name of the party on the Caller ID list can be stored in memory.
1) When the phone is in standby mode, select the Caller ID message to be stored.
Then press the STORE soft key on the base or the EDIT soft key on the handset.
From the handset, then select E D I T ?. S t o r e / E d i t N a m e appears. If the Caller ID
message is already stored in memory, you will hear a beep and T h i s d a t a i s
a l r e a d y s t o r e d ! ! appears. The number will not be stored.
2) To complete the setting, follow the steps 3-8 in "Phonebook (Storing Phone
Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed Dial)" on pages 42-43.