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Depending on the phone there will be setup to enable the setting of the timeand date, this can be set to sync with the phone system to auto keep track of the time. You can set up other location times as well. Look for an instruction manual on your phone, on the web via google
You need a laptop hooked up to the vmail system and or do via from telephone form system mangers mailbox. You should be calling your vendor who handles the system, this is complex and involves passwords and which mailbox was assigned SM etc. They vendor can also supply you with guides.
If you are using an Active Voice product (typical w/ NEC) you need to change the hours of operation on the voice mail system. "Night Mode" only changes the ringing characteristics of the phone system and where calls ring, not the greetings that play on the voice mail. The voice mail plays a particular greeting (Day/Night/Holiday) based on the time of day specified in the schedule. The system administrator for the voice mail would have to make this change.
Easiest way to reset the phone is to unplug it then plug it back in. If you are talking about resetting the voicemail associated with the phone extension, that's a little more involved.If you need the voice mail reset, you need to have the voice mail administrator (typically the receptionist) go into his/her voice mail and choose the MGR option if using the display "softkeys" and follow the prompts to reset the users security code or voice mail acct. If softkeys aren't available, follow the voice prompts to "system manager" and either delete the security code or reset the extensions voice mail entirely.
You have to change the rings from the voice mail server. If you don't know your way around the server, its best to get a local NEC tech although it is fairly simple to navigate. Depends on your skill. Typical default password for the server is NEC
If you change recordings on a voice mail box that does not change the settings for the mail box location. There will be a section to enter the name of the mail box owner (not a recording) and that is used for the directory.
I am not familiar with NEC voice mail systems but typically you can have different voice mails and different versions of phone system that all program differently. You should have an "administrator" guide for your voice mail so someone can make changes like this. I have no way of helping you find this and it will depend on your voice mail NOT the model number of your phone which can be used with different systems and voice mails that all program differently.