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From your cell dial 1 by holding down till it dials your voice mail. If it has not been seet up previously it will ask you to do so. The default password is usually the last four digits of your cellular number. You can also dial your cell number from another phone such as a land line and let it ring till voice mail picks up. At that time press the ( * ) astrisk key to get mail. Very handy when your phone is dead etc...
First try this. When you call your home number, and the voice mail picks up, hit either the * or # key. It might have to be pushed as soon as the voice mail answers or after the beep. Try both. You might have to set up a pin from the voice mail menu from your home phone.
1.Press the "Menu/Select" button.
2.Use the up or down arrows to navigate to the "Voicemail Setup" option and press "Menu/Select."
3 .Navigate to the "Access Number" option and press "Menu/Select."
4 .Use the number pad to enter your voice mail access telephone number provided by your telephone company. Use the "Mute/Remove" button to delete any numbers entered by mistake.
5.Press "Menu/Select" to hear the confirmation code.
6 .Program the "Password," "Play," "Erase," and "Skip" options following the above steps, substituting the "Access Number" option in step three with the option you desire to program.
7 .Dial your voice mail by using the "Voicemail" button on the telephone.
8 .Listen and follow the prompts provided by your telephone company to set up your voice mail's greeting.
9 .Use the "Voicemail" button any time you wish to dial into the system to listen to voice mail. Use the programmed "Play," "Skip," and "Erase" options to navigate through your messages.
Pretty much, it depends on what happens when you dial 165. That's the voice mail access number for a Panasonic TD phone system with Pana VM. If you get the voice mail lady, set the box up and then from the intercom dial 7102/3/4/5 where 2 is all/3 is busy, 4 is no answer and 5 is busy/no answer and 165 or whatever the VM access number is and possibly # (I forget if it's required). That will light the FWD/DND light and send calls to the voice mail system.
We tend to install Voice Mail as extension 165 or 500. What happens when you dial that on the intercom? If nothing, check the voice mail unit in the back room. It will probably be a smaller black and blue box with the TVA-50 in silver on the cover. It should have a single solid green light if it is synchronized with the phone system. If it is, then you can try to find out where it's connected to the system. It can be any digital port, so look for a missing number in your numbering plan like 112 or 120 on a TDA-50 or 115,116 on a TDA-100.
You may be able to check the button by pressing PROGRAM and the button and read the display. I'm not 100% positive that it will work on a fixed button (it used to work on a 74xx set where you could remap the button) but it might give you an indication if it got reprogrammed.
Setting Up Your Voice Mail from page 10 in your manual: Voice mail allows callers to leave voice messages, which can be retrieved any time.
Note: Once your voice mail account has been set up, you can use the Voice Mail folder (under the Message menu) to view details of voice messages in your voice mail box.
1. In idle mode, press and hold the key or dial your own mobile number to dial voice mail.
2. Follow the prompts in the new user tutorial to setup your mail box.
Listen to voice mail 1. In idle mode, press and hold the key or dial your own mobile number to dial voice mail. After connecting, you will hear your voice greeting. 2. Interrupt your greeting by pressing . 3. You are then prompted to enter your password.
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As bsmither said, how voice mail is accessed is very dependent on your phone company and how they've set things up. They would be the best place to ask about any problems you're having there.
As for programming the voice mail buttons on the 25204, I was confused by that one as well until I finally figured it out. Specializations aside, they're just speed dial buttons, and are programmed in exactly the same way as the ones along the right side of the phone. RCA could have documented that detail better than they did.
In my case, with Vonage, I just programmed the buttons with the numbers for the lines that they're associated with. When they dial and I'm connected to the voice mail system, I'm prompted for my VM password, which I then enter manually.