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Unable to access "Programming Mode" - NorStar T7316E Corded Phone

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  • zonaken Jun 24, 2009

    Yep, that sounds like the deal here.

    I am just a user and apparently outsiders did the phone set up.

    Right now everyone thinks I'm nuts thinking that turning on caller ID can be done, but I know otherwise, just don't have the access. I'll just keep using Fctn-811. Thanks anyway. -ZK

  • zonaken Jun 24, 2009

    Yep, that sounds like the deal here.

    I am just a user and apparently outsiders did the phone set up.

    Right now everyone thinks I'm nuts thinking that turning on caller ID can be done, but I know otherwise, just don't have the access. I'll just keep using Fctn-811. Thanks anyway. -ZK

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    Programming requires an Installer/System Coordinator/Admin login and password. Did you get any of those? What sytsem is the 7316 connected to?



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Sounds like you have a BCM telephone system, and the person that programmed the Phone System shut off the set programming feature.

Meaning that the only way to program anything is thru a computer plugged in to the system.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

  • ynotphone
    ynotphone Jun 26, 2009

    Well actually Caller ID can be enabled on a per-set basis...

    It is a option that needs to be enabled, but their telephone set needs to ring for Caller ID to become active.



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