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Display still shows "Forwd Intg" and "Transfer" - No "Msg Wait"

Our default display has "Msg Wait" next to the top left button, blank next to the button below that, and blank next to top right button. After I had enabled call forwarding, my display shows blank next to top left button, Transfer next to next button below that, and Forwd Intg next to the top right button. I was able via the manual to turn off forwarding, but the display didn't revert to the default. The result is I have no hot button to speed dial my voicemail when one or more messages are waiting.

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Enter "**8463".
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  • Press "FEAT".
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Nortel Norstar Telephone Systems Changing the time on a Norstar system must be done using a display phone. Using a M7310 or T7316 the right 2 buttons under the display are "NEXT" and "SHOW" respectively.
  1. To enter programming mode press "FEATURE" and "* * 2 6 6 3 4 4"
  2. Enter password (default = 266344) - display should read "Terminals & Sets"
  3. Press "NEXT" 5 times - display should read "Time and Date"
  4. Press "SHOW" - display should read "Hour:___"
  5. Press softkey "CHANGE"
  6. Enter hour - display should read "AM OK or Change"
  7. Select AM or PM
  8. Press "NEXT" - display should read "Minutes:___"
  9. Press softkey "CHANGE"
  10. Enter minutes
  11. Press "NEXT" - display should read "Year:___"
  12. Press softkey "CHANGE"
  13. Enter year
  14. Press "NEXT" - display should read "Month:___"
  15. Press softkey "CHANGE"
  16. Enter month
  17. Press "NEXT" - display should read "Day:___"
  18. Press softkey "CHANGE"
  19. Enter day
  20. Press "NEXT"

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