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~*~*~ SOLVED SOLVED SOLVED! ~*~*~ After talking to both ATT and RCA with no success...I figured it out. ~*~*~ Plug your phone line into the "DATA PORT" on the back of the unit. Slide the "DATA PORT" switch to whichever line is showing it has a message. Press the corresponding Line# button on the front of the phone. (you should hear the dial tone) Dial your voice mail number. Let it answer, (enter your passcode if needed), then hang up! - That's it! example: MSG Waiting:L2 - I plugged the phone line into the Data Port and moved the data port switch to "2". I pressed LINE 2 on the front of the phone, dialed my voice mail number, it answered, I put in my passcode. (It said that I did not have any new voice mails), then hung up! That's it! Message Indicator light off!!! Repeat for each line that shows a (false) message waiting. ~~~Don't forget to move your phone line back into it's correct port on the back of your phone.~~~
And you won't. The model you listed is just a phone, it is not an answering machine. You either have voice mail as part of your phone service, or you have another RCA system phone that is acting as the voice mail machine.
to leave a voice mail message on the Samsung Prostar;
To enter voice mail, press the Voice Message Key, the pass code will be set in default to 0000.Your mailbox will not function properly until you have put your voice message on.To do this, press option 0, followed by 5 followed by 7.When you have got the message you require press the #.If you regularly change your voice-mail message, you must press 3, delete the original message and reset the message followed by the #.
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There are two types of voice mail. One is from your local telephone provider and the othere is inside your phone system. Most telephone voice mail is signalled by a stuttered dial tone on the mail line. You would have to call the voicemail ( a local Phone number) and set up a password that will let you retrieve your messages. If this is what you have call your provider and they will tell you the number to call and give you your temporary password.
When you call in from the outside wait for auto attendant to answer. As soon as the "Thank you for calling" starts, press [*], and your mailbox number. If that does not work you may need to put a [#], 165 before the [*], mail box. This is assuming that most voice mail and auto attendant settings are operational and you have a Panasonic KX-TVS voice mail.
If a live person (not to be confused with the living dead) answers, have them transfer you to voice mail and do the whole [#], 165, [*], your mail box thing.