Question about Lands Phones
I can not see the phone number or name of who is calling, but it does say VOIP. It's a Panasonic KX-T7667, any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That user's guide is all Panasonic has available for that phone. There is no other owner's manual. Are you looking for the manual for the whole system? You can try Panasonic's support site at www.panasonic.com to see if you can get the manual there. You'll need to look for the system model number which you will find on the front of the system service unit.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: I have a panasonic kx-t7667
What 2 digits are you picking? By default they better be 00-09. A station starts with 10 personal numbers in the bin and you have to go into system programming to increase that number.
As far as the callback, you need to go into programming and tell the system what calls are local...it's part of CID modification.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
The second question is easy. Press the TRANSFER button on the idle phone until date and time show up.
As far as MW, have someone ring your phone and dial "4". If the light goes on, you have a notification problem in the voice mail system. Look at the assignments in the VM system to make sure the extension number is paired to the mailbox.
If it doesn't lignt on the "4", the phone is probably defective.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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