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To set the time and date, start at the base unit. Then press the Flash/Program until Set Day appears on the display. Press the Review or Next button to select the day of the week. Then press Flash/Program again until SetTime appears in the display. Type in the time (hour (two digits) then minute (again two digits)) with the keypad number buttons. Then press Review or Next to select AM/PM. Press Flash/Program to store the information.
Please note that if you have Caller ID, the time and day transmitted with the caller ID information from your phone company will override the day and time you have set.
That is a feature sold by your local telephone company. It cost a few bucks to have it added to your telephone line, then your phone has to have the ability to display caller ID. if your phone does not have that ability, then you can buy a display device that plugs into your line and displays it, It will only display those callers that do not block their lines from being IDed.
Is the phone FCC approved for use in the US? Does the model purchased in Singapore use the same Caller ID algorithm as US phones? Have you tested a known good caller ID capable phone at your location to make absolutely sure the caller ID is actually turned on?
no problem it's just a missed call indicator... press it and on the display screen it will say missed internal or external call, press the button adjacent to that and it will display the caller id of the missed call... again press the adjacent button and you will be presented with the option to delete the missed call... as soon as you have the orange light will stop flashing. On a 4019 the sequence is Orange button, 5 times up arrow until the identity of the missed caller is displayed ok, ok again to delete and then back arrow 4 times... hope this helps :-)
Unfortunately just adding caller ID to your phone line will not work with many business phone systems, especially older systems.
You can have this phone on one of several different Toshiba phone systems. The system must have caller ID equipment installed and programmed correctly for caller ID information to be shown on your phone's display.
Caller ID information is transmitted between the first and second ring. With business phone systems the system itself needs to collect this information and then pass it along to any phones that are programmed to ring at any given time.